Whether Tom Brady and the Buccaneers will make it to Super Bowl 56 remains to be seen. But, thanks to the quarterback’s generosity, at least one guest can go ahead and plan his trip to SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles: a 10-year cancer survivor. . Noah Reeb.
Brady sent a video message Saturday to Reeb, whom he met during Week 7 of the regular season, announcing that he and his family would be attending the game.
“You’ve inspired so many people, including me, but also millions more,” Brady said in the video, “and the NFL and the Bucs look forward to sending deserving fans to the Super Bowl every year and fans that have incredible stories like the one you have.”
“As a thank you, I worked with the Bucs and the NFL to get you and your family tickets to this year’s Super Bowl in Los Angeles. We certainly hope to be there, but I know you will be there.”
After the message, Noah received a package containing Super Bowl tickets. The heartwarming moment ended with Reeb giving an energetic “Come on Bucs!”
Brady first met Noah in Week 7 of the 2021 NFL regular season, when the Buccaneers quarterback spotted his sign in the stands. It said, “Tom Brady helped me beat brain cancer.”
After the game, a 38-3 Tampa Bay victory over the Bears, Brady headed to the stands where Noah and his family sat to give him a hat. The resulting encounter was one of the most poignant moments of the season:
The second-seeded Bucs got off to a strong start in their bid to repeat as Super Bowl champions, beating the seventh-seeded Eagles 31-15 in the NFC wild-card round. Brady completed 29 of 37 passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Tampa Bay’s next opponent is at home in the divisional round against the 4-seeded Rams. If the Bucs win there, they will play the winner of the Packers-49ers game in the NFC championship game.