Kentucky Derby 2021: Tom Brady Rocks Mafia Boss Vibes With Stylish Hat at Churchill Downs

by Quentin Blount
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was spotted on Saturday evening at the 2021 Kentucky Derby in a stylish new outfit.

In addition to Saturday being day three of the NFL draft, it also happens to be the Kentucky Derby. In 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic, there were not quite as many stars as usual. However, the Buccaneers quarterback was among the celebrities that did make their way to Churchill Downs to be a part of the historic event.

This time around, there was no celebrity charity gala on Derby Eve. And there was no red carpet entrance at the track for VIP attendees and their guests. So although it took a little more effort to spot out the celebrity faces, they were definitely there. And future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady was among them.

Just a few months out from winning the Super Bowl, Brady showed up to Churchill Downs giving off some mafia boss vibes. He was spotted at the 147th Kentucky Derby rocking a stylish suit and a top hat. Take a look at the image below. Brady is definitely looking like a famous mobster.

There is no question that Tom Brady has had quite the offseason so far. It wasn’t all that long ago that the entire world watched him get drunk at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers boat parade. However, the Derby is one of the bigger things he has done since then.

But this certainly is not Brady’s first rodeo. In fact, Tom Brady at the Kentucky Derby is getting to be a yearly tradition by now. He has been spotted at the high-profile event several times in the past with some of his former teammates.

Tom Brady Continues to Enjoy Offseason Before Starting 2021 Season

Incredibly, Tom Brady will soon be gearing up for his 21st season as a quarterback in the National Football League. After spending his first 19 years with the New England Patriots, Brady signed with the Buccaneers and helped the team win its second Super Bowl in franchise history.

And since doing so, the 43-year-old has made it pretty clear that he is aiming to enjoy the offseason before the grind for 2021 begins. After his infamous shenanigans at the Super Bowl boat party, and now attending the Kentucky Derby, it definitely seems like Brady is living it up.

And it’s not just Tom Brady who will be enjoying the night’s festivities. Green Bay Packers quarterback and former Jeopardy! guest host Aaron Rodgers was also in attendance.

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