“Lovely Family Celebrate Father’s Day”: Proud Sons Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and Russell Wilson Remember Their Daddies on Father’s Day

The athletes shared their love for their children and expressed the satisfaction of being fathers themselves. However, it was the message the veterans and champions left for their own fathers that moved the footballing community more.After his retirement in February this year, former NE Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers icon Tom Brady has been spending most of his time with his children. The 7x Lombardi winner shared an array of stories on his Instagram story to celebrate the special occasion of Father’s Day.



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“There is nothing better in the world than being their dad. Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing families in this world,” TB12 quoted with a picture of his three kids, Jack, Benny and Vivian Lake. He added another story for their two dogs. “All love all the time,” Brady captioned a photo of Benny. The NFL icon also subtly roasted his eldest, Jack, in one story. “Growing up too fast Jackie. But still looking for first basketball win against me,” Tom Terrific wrote.Brady also left a heartwarming message for his father, Tom Brady Sr.


“All I can think of is how grateful I am to have been raised by the world’s best dad. Being a dad is the best thing in my life. I have learned so much from my dad and to be able to pass that on to Jack, Benny and Vivi means the world to me,” TB12 said.Reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes shared a beautiful picture on his IG story with his two children, Sterling and Bronze. However, it was his mother, Randi Mahomes, who gave the warmest Father’s Day shoutout to her son.Russell Wilson also shared an endearing message, but there was one superstar who remained inactive on this auspicious day



“The greatest gift God could ever give me is being a dad to these 3 amazing kids. The best job in the world,” the Denver Broncos quarterback captioned a family photo with his kids and wife, Ciara. Russell Wilson‘s company, ‘GoodManBrand’ also shared an emotional picture of the former Seahawks QB1 with his late father from his college days. However, while the NFL’s biggest celebrities expressed their gratitude and love, Aaron Rodgers was missing from all the action.


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