Tom Brady joins Buccaneers for White House visit
With Joe Biden and not Donald Trump currently residing in the White House, some wondered whether Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady would join teammates at coaches for a visit to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Brady is there.
Scott Smith of Buccaneers.com tweeted a photo of the group, which has Brady standing in the front row, next to coach Bruce Arians. (Arians’ face once again matches the color of his shirt. I starting to think that counts as a superpower.)
The will-they-or-won’t-they go to the White House question became a controversial hot button under the Trump administration. Brady, who had a #MAGA hat in his locker room early in the original Trump campaign and who has described Trump as a friend, became the most obvious candidate to not show up for an event hosted by the man who is reviled by the former president and his loyalists.