Tom Brady’s Close Bond With Mother Shows How Big His Heart Is
Tom Brady is the top player in the NFL world which puts him in center of all events. Brady is more than a football machine, and his heart is as big as you can imagine. He has special bond with his family, especially his mother.
Brady’s family is always here to support him. We all remember how he cried with his mother after the great Super Bowl LI victory. His mother, Galynn, is a cancer patient, and she was receiving her treatment last year, and didn’t attent any of the games throughout the season. The Super Bowl is the first game she could attend.
Galynn was honored during the “Crucial Catch” ceremony prior their game against the Falcons. The Patriots introduced players and their loved ones who battled cancer. Joe Andryzzi, Nate Solder’s wife and son were there, and so was Marcus Cannon’s wife. Tom’s father accompanied Galynn, and he was Tom’s biggest support during the Deflategate saga.
“There’s a special bond between a mother and a son. I just wanted to be there for Tommy, and I wanted to be there with our family. Everybody was going to the Super Bowl and I didn’t want to miss that,” Galynn talked about her son’s support during the chemo treatment.
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Brady had an interview with “Kirk & Callahan,” and used the opportunity to express the emotions he had at the very same moment he spotted his mom at the Gillete Stadium.
“We haven’t really dealt with anything health-wise in our family as significant as what both my mom and my dad were going through. It was very challenging. I’ve been away for a long time. I went to school in Ann Arbor and then came all the way out here. Fortunately, two of my three sisters still live in California and they were right there with my mom and my dad, too. I knew they were really well taken care of by my sisters and my parents have a lot of friends, we still live in the same house that I grew up in. They had a lot of support and we’d check in a lot,” Brady said.
Brady has a big heart, and deserves all the respect in this world.