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Tom Brady has faced the Eagles since his loss in Super Bowl 52 -- went to Philadelphia with the Patriots in 2019, got a 17-10 win, though he had just 216 yards, no touchdowns. Trailed at half, got an Edelman touchdown pass and Pats shut out the Eagles in second half.
On Monday, Oct. 11, the 44-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback appeared on the SiriusXM podcast Let's Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, where he chatted with guest Snoop Dogg about a time that Tom and son Jack, 14, once had quite a memorable night partying with the rapper. Tom shares Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan, and he also shares Benjamin, 11, and Vivian, 8, with wife Gisele Bündchen.
The athlete recalled that, after his New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in 2019's Super Bowl LIII, he was celebrating at his hotel with Jack, who was then 11 years old. However, Tom suddenly realized that the festivities might be a bit too mature for the boy.
"The game ended pretty late, so it was midnight," Tom shared. "It was in our hotel. So we had this little special spot on the stage. Snoop had a pole up, and there was some girls—they were clothed—but at the same time, there was a pole."
Tom went on to say that Jack "had his eyes open, and he was listening to music. And I said, 'Jack, cover your eyes.' And he goes, 'Dad, I'm good. I'm good.'"
As it turned out, Jack was able to convince his dad to let him stay at the party, although Tom might not have been in a rush to fill Bridget in on the details. "It's two in the morning, and we are having the time of our life, and I'm like, 'Holy cow. If he tells his mother, I ain't going to see this kid for a long time,'" the star quipped.
Tom said that ultimately, the night proved to be "one of the best moments of my life," and the father-son duo still gets a kick out of reminiscing about the story to this day.
This isn't the only way that Tom and Jack enjoy bonding. After the Bucs defeated the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Oct. 10, the NFL legend posted footage to social media of himself sharing a sweet chat with the teen in the locker room, adding the message, "Best Part of My Day."
"Every Super Bowl that you was a part of in New England, I was at the party," Snoop Dogg told Tom Brady on the Let's Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray podcast
Tom Brady has proven time and time again that his family is more important than his football career. He continued that winning-dad streak by sharing a moment with his oldest son Jack, 14, from his relationship with Bridget Moynahan, after he celebrated another win with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The NFL team’s social media account […]
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14 October, 2021 - 06:15am
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Atlanta, GA – Snoop Dogg has enjoyed one of the most versatile and wide-ranging careers of any rapper ever and it’s still going after three decades.
As a huge sports fan, Snoop has always been in the mix around Super Bowl weekend and even though he’s a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, he’d often find himself partying with the New England Patriots during any of their six 21st century Super Bowl afterparties.
Joining Tom Brady and Jim Gray for an episode of their Let’s Go podcast on Monday (October 11), the legendary quarterback reflected on a time Snoop performed at the hotel celebration following his Patriots defeating the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta to clinch his sixth Super Bowl ring. Brady had his son with him who was loving Snoop’s stage set filled with exotic dancers.
“I brought my son, my son was 11 at the time to the afterparty and the game ended pretty late,” Brady recalled. “So it was midnight. It was in our hotel. So we had this so special, special spot on the stage [and] Snoop had a pole up and there was some girls, they were clothed. But at the same time, there was a pole and my son, he had his eyes open and he was listening to [the] music. And I said, ‘Jack, cover your eyes.’ And he goes, ‘Dad, I’m good. I’m good.’
“So it’s two in the morning. And we are having the time of our life and ‘I’m like, holy cow. If he tells his mother, I am, I ain’t going to see this kid for a long time, but I’m telling you, it was one of the best moments of my life. We still talk about it too.”
Another part of the episode finds Tom Brady quizzing Snoop Dogg about the last time he was drug-tested as Brady has been tested often throughout his career.
The West Coast legend guessed 1991 with a laugh and then jokingly snapped on Jim Gray who asked if he passed the drug test.
“No, I didn’t, Jim,” Snoop Dogg replied. “What I look like passing a drug test? That’s one pass I could never complete!”
If Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers make it back to Super Bowl LVI next February, he might be partying with Snoop Dogg again since Snoop is part of the Hip Hop-centric halftime show slated for Los Angeles alongside Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige.
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14 October, 2021 - 06:15am
The "Gin and Juice" rapper, 49, made an appearance on the seven-time Super Bowl champion's SiriusXM podcast, Let's Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, on Monday, and no topic was off limits.
The pair reminisced about partying together after the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams during Super Bowl LIII in 2019.
During the conversation, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, 44, confessed to having his son John "Jack" Edward, who was 11 years old at the time, at the not-so kid friendly party also attended by Snoop Dogg.
"It was midnight. It was in our hotel. So, we had this special spot on the stage. Snoop had a pole up and there was some girls, they were clothed," recalled Brady. "But, at the same time, there was a pole and my son... he had his eyes open and he was listening to music. And I said, 'Jack, cover your eyes.' "
But Brady said Jack reassured him he could handle what he was witnessing. "And he goes, 'Dad, I'm good. I'm good.' "
The NFL superstar continued, "So, it's two in the morning. And we are having the time of our life [sic], and I'm like, 'Holy cow. If he tells his mother, I ain't going to see this kid for a long time,' " Brady joked.
The Martha & Snoop's Potluck Party Challenge host replied, "Yeah, keep that under your hat, Jack."
Super Bowl LIII wasn't the first time the pair hung out. The "Young, Wild & Free" rapper said he and Brady go way back.
"Every Super Bowl that you was a part of in New England, I was at the party. I partied with you. Every one — despite being a Steelers fan — I showed up for my Patriots. I showed up [for] TB and Mr. [Robert] Kraft and them, and I was performing. I was hanging out," he said. "I was doing everything [I] needed to be a part of the Patriot family."
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13 October, 2021 - 06:23pm
Even just over a week ago, during his emotional return to Foxborough, a reference to the defeat to the Eagles surprisingly slipped out, unprompted, during his postgame interview with NBC’s Michele Tafoya.
Trickery didn’t work for New England, but it certainly did for the Eagles. Minutes later, the Philly Special saw Foles receive a touchdown pass from Trey Burton, and the upset was on.
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Tampa Bay is a strong favorite (-6.5 with FOX Bet), but don’t expect anything other than Brady’s fullest attention. Every Super Bowl defeat, two to the New York Giants and the one to the Eagles, is an occurrence he wishes he could take back, and it fuels his fire to this day.
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13 October, 2021 - 11:40am
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback recalled the conversation on Monday, while chatting with Snoop on his SiriusXM podcast, “Let’s Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray.”
“It was midnight. It was in our hotel. So, we had this special spot on the stage. Snoop had a pole up and there was some girls, they were clothed,” Brady, 44, shared. “But, at the same time, there was a pole and my son… he had his eyes open and he was listening to music. And I said, ‘Jack, cover your eyes.’”
Jack, who was 11 at the time, assured his father that he was just fine.
“He goes, ‘Dad, I’m good. I’m good,’” Brady said.
Later that night, it occurred to the seven-time Super Bowl champion, that his ex Bridget Moynahan might not be happy about her child’s whereabouts.
“It’s two in the morning. And we are having the time of our life and I’m like, ‘Holy cow. If he tells his mother, I ain’t going to see this kid for a long time,’” Brady quipped.
“Yeah, keep that under your hat, Jack,” Snoop, 49, said.
“He’s growing up quick that boy,” Brady added.
The former New England Patriots player is also dad to Benjamin, 11, and Vivian, 8, with wife Gisele Bundchen.
Despite splitting with Moynahan in 2006, the two have remained friendly over the years as they co-parent Jack.
In February, the “Blue Bloods” star even congratulated Brady on his Super Bowl win sharing a photo to Instagram with the caption, “I am pretty sure I am not the only one from #patriotsnation celebrating @buccaneers.”