“Now this makes my day!!! Go Pats! Great win boys! Let’s go get another one!” the New England Patriots quarterback, 40, captioned the image of his kids donning daddy’s jersey while watching the game.
Brady avoided the topic of his friend Donald Trump on Sunday, emphasizing the love he had for his teammates.
“I certainly disagree with what he said,” Brady told ESPN. “I thought it was just divisive.”
He added: “I just want to support my teammates. I’m never one that says, ‘Oh, that’s wrong or that’s right.’ But I do believe in what I believe in, and I believe in bringing people together and respect and love and trust. Those are the values that my parents instilled in me and that’s how I try to live every day.”
“I’ve been blessed to be in a locker room with guys from all over the United States over the course of my career,” the football star continued. “Some of my great friends are from Florida, Virginia, New York, Montana, Colorado, Texas. I think one thing about football is that it brings so many guys together, guys that you would never have the opportunity to be around, whether it was in college and all the way into the pros. We’re all different. We’re all unique. That’s what makes us all so special.”
Instead of kneeling on Sunday, Brady locked arms with his teammates — and Trump approved.
“Great solidarity for our National Anthem and for our Country. Standing with locked arms is good, kneeling is not acceptable. Bad ratings!” the President tweeted.
Brady used to display a “Make America Great Again” hat in his locker, but has since removed it.
Brady and John Wick actress Bridget Moynahan, 46, welcomed Jack on Aug. 22, 2007.
He welcomed his younger children with wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen.