Tom Brady easily tosses Lombardi Trophy as Tampa Bay Buccaneers observe Super Bowl victory
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- February 11, 2021
In the event that you need to praise a Super Bowl title while endeavoring to social distance, you should do it on boats. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are floating around the Hillsborough River in Tampa on Wednesday and going peak Florida Man doing it.
Simply watch quarterback Tom Brady casually toss the Lombardi Trophy from his $2 million yacht. He simply tosses that thing directly over water.
In the event that that isn’t adequately unpleasant, check out the view the other boat. It didn’t show up they trusted Brady would really do it. Be that as it may, as their relationship has often gone, tight end Rob Gronkowski was there for him. Or possibly his boat and fellow partiers were there to grab it and keep it moderately protected.
A late afternoon update on Brady: seems as though he made some brilliant memories. Good thing it’s the offseason in light of the fact that sleeping off a Super Bowl title celebration at 43 years of age is a far cry from doing it at 24.
Talking about Gronk, would he say he will fall off a boat eventually? Most likely. However, that is OK, on the grounds that the cameras will consistently be on him to get it happen.
Different players didn’t have as much achievement avoiding the water. Chris Godwin watched his phone miss the deck when Scotty Miller dropped it in the river. In any event a case of the drops came after the major event, not during it.
It’s a stunning 85-degree day in Tampa and Leonard Fournette got mixed up in the warmth.
How mixed up would he say he was? So mixed up he kidded Jason Pierre-Paul actually had every one of his fingers. The defensive end lost part of his right hand in a fireworks accident in 2015.
Masks are needed to go to the parade and Mayor Jane Castor accentuated that participants must social distance. The riverwalk showed up similarly as packed in with Buccaneers fans as though the city were holding a parade on land.
A few fans were in kayaks and boats of their own out on the water. They were needed to remain 50 feet from the official vessels.