Tom Brady Celebrates Buccaneers Super Bowl at First White House Visit in 16 Years

by Thad Mitchell
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Tom Brady is really good at football and on Tuesday he reaped the benefit of being really good at football by visiting the White House.

It has long been a tradition that the Super Bowl-winning team travel to the White House and meet the President. That is exactly what Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did this week as they were welcomed to the White House by President Joe Biden. At the unofficial Super Bowl celebration, Bucs players got a chance to tour the grounds and speak with elected leaders. The players and coaches took the opportunity in stride and posed for photos during the event.

As the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of all time) athlete of this generation, Tom Brady is the main event everywhere he goes. That includes this week’s White House trip, his first trip to the president’s home in 16 years. Then-President George W. Bush hosted Brady and the New England Patriots that year. The Patriots, Brady’s former team, won the Super in 2005, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles. Tom Brady won six championships with the Patriots but only attended three of the White House gatherings.

As he always doesn’t, Tom Brady looks extremely dapper as he poses on the lawn in front of the White House.

That’s Tom Brady right there on the front row, standing next to Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach Bruce Arians. The two men are standing just to the right of the presidential podium positioned in front of them. Arians is hard to miss with his unique fashion sense and trademark hat on.

Tom Brady Makes First White House Trip in Years

Despite being long held as a tradition for champions, the Bucs trip to the White House is the first since 2017. The official ceremony was set for a little later in the day as the team spent the first half of the morning exploring the White House. For many Bucs players, it was their first trip to the White House.

Brady didn’t elaborate on why he chose to attend this year’s White House get-together. Tuesday also happens to be Tom Brady’s Wife’s birthday. Gisele Bündchen is turning 41-years-old today. Earlier in the morning, Brady took to social media to wish his supermodel wife a special day. The heartfelt tribute appears on Brady’s Instagram page.

“This has been an incredible year and it’s hard to imagine loving you more today than I did a year ago, but I do!” he writes. “You love our family the way nobody else can and we all celebrate you on this day!”

It truly was an incredible year for Tom Brady as he put together one of the finest seasons of his career. Despite playing on a badly injured knee, Brady led the Bucs to a Super Bowl win.

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