Tom Brady throws Lombardi Trophy to another boat during Super Bowl parade

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This was the boldest pass of Tom Brady’s career.

During the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ boat parade Wednesday on the Hillsborough River to celebrate their Super Bowl 2021 victory, the 43-year-old quarterback tossed the Lombardi Trophy from his yacht to someone on another boat.

Brady told reporters he was enjoying the “amazing” celebration, his seventh after winning six rings with the Patriots, which saw the river packed with boats.

“Is anyone working today? No way,” Brady said.

Brady didn’t just ride his yacht to a Super Bowl boat parade. He got a police escort, too, authorities keeping his vessel safe during the celebration — held in lieu of a traditional parade because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brady’s boat is 40-feet long and named “Viva a Vida,” — the name of his supermodel wife Gisele’s environmental conservation initiative. TMZ reported it cost a few million dollars.

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