Tom Brady delivers 2022 Super Bowl tickets to young brain cancer survivor

Tom Brady delivers 2022 Super Bowl tickets to young brain cancer survivor.
Tom Brady delivers 2022 Super Bowl tickets to young brain cancer survivor. Via: James Reeb.

Ten-year-old Noah Reed was diagnosed with cancer early last year. The young boy is a die-hard football fan and the video message he received from Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback Tom Brady meant the world to him.

“As Noah went through the process of more surgeries, chemo, radiation, he would go back to that video as a pick me up,” said Noah’s dad James Reeb.

Noah successfully completed treatment and was declared cancer-free in October. To celebrate, Noah’s parents brought him to a Buccaneers game where he held a sign to let the Quarterback know how much that video meant to him. The sign read, “Tom Brady helped me beat brain cancer.”

Brady spotted the sign and went to give the boy his hat and shake his hand. Little Noah accepted the hat with tears of joy. But that wasn’t the only surprise Brady had in store for the young fan.

Later Brady gave a special announcement to Noah and his family through the NFL’s official twitter page.

“You held up that sign that I helped you beat brain cancer. You’ve inspired so many people, including myself, but millions of others also. […] So as a thank you, I worked with both the Bucs and the NFL to get you and your family Super Bowl tickets this year in LA. We certainly hope to be there, but I know you’re going to be there. It’s going to be really cool for all of us. Glad to see you’re doing well. Take care, man. Enjoy the tickets!”

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