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Tom Brady and some of his Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates dye their hair ORANGE for charity

Tom Brady and his teammates from Tampa Bay Buccaneers took some time off from their summer training sessions to dye their hair orange for a good cause.

The 44-year-old quarterback had his hair dyed orange by some pediatric cancer patients on Wednesday at a Cut and Color for a Cure event in Tampa.

Brady was joined by center Ryan Jensen, backup quarterback Ryan Trask, novice offensive lineman Luke Goedeke and Buccaneers chief operating officer Brian Ford also participated in the event, which raised $117K for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Charity: Tom Brady and his teammates from Tampa Bay Buccaneers took some time off from their summer training sessions to dye their hair orange for charity

Charity: Tom Brady and his teammates from Tampa Bay Buccaneers took some time off from their summer training sessions to dye their hair orange for charity

Cure: The 44-year-old quarterback had some childhood cancer patients dye his hair orange at a Cut and Color for a Cure event in Tampa on Wednesday

Cure: The 44-year-old quarterback had some childhood cancer patients dye his hair orange at a Cut and Color for a Cure event in Tampa on Wednesday

The official NFL Twitter shared a video of the event from Tampa Bay Times reporter Rachel West, which showed a cancer patient wearing a Bucs jersey with Sofia on the back, spraying Brady’s hair orange.

He thanked the young girl and punched her before a young man named Noah started spraying more of Brady’s head.

Another video from Tampa Free Press reporter Rock Riley showed some of Brady’s teammates getting their hair either dyed or completely shaved.

Video: The official NFL Twitter shared a video of the event from Tampa Bay Times reporter Rachel West, which showed a cancer patient wearing a Bucs jersey with Sofia on the back, Brady's hair spraying orange

Video: The official NFL Twitter shared a video of the event from Tampa Bay Times reporter Rachel West, which showed a cancer patient wearing a Bucs jersey with Sofia on the back, Brady’s hair spraying orange

Noah: He thanked the young girl and punched her before a young man named Noah started squirting more of Brady's head

Noah: He thanked the young girl and punched her before a young man named Noah started squirting more of Brady’s head

Brady looked at his teammates with a smile, turned to a camera and said his backup, Kyle Trask, is “looking the worst.”

He has also been seen approaching his center, Ryan Jensen, while spraying more of his long, curly hair during the event.

Another video showed offensive lineman Luke Goedeke and the team’s COO, Brian Ford, having their heads shaved.

Kyle: Brady looked at his teammates with a smile, turned to a camera and said his backup, Kyle Trask, 'looks the worst'

Kyle: Brady looked at his teammates with a smile, turned to a camera and said his backup, Kyle Trask, ‘looks the worst’

Spraying Ryan Jensen: He's also been seen approaching his center, Ryan Jensen, while spraying more of his long curly hair during the event

Spraying Ryan Jensen: He’s also been seen approaching his center, Ryan Jensen, while spraying more of his long curly hair during the event

When all was said and done, the NFL team handed the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation a giant check for $117,000.

A press release from the Buccaneers revealed that the team has competed in this event for the past eight years, raising more than $500,000 for the NPCF.

“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ support in our fight to end childhood cancer is invaluable,” said David Frazer, CEO of the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Check: When all was said and done, the NFL team handed the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation a giant check for $117,000

Check: When all was said and done, the NFL team handed the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation a giant check for $117,000

Raised: A press release from the Buccaneers revealed that the team has competed in this event for the past eight years, raising more than $500,000 for the NPCF

Raised: A press release from the Buccaneers revealed that the team has competed in this event for the past eight years, raising more than $500,000 for the NPCF

“The team’s continued commitment to helping children diagnosed with cancer makes them so much more than a sports team – they are true heroes committed to creating a brighter future for their young fans and supporters across the country” , he added.

The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Tampa, is committed to funding research to eliminate cancer in children. Its focus is on finding less toxic, more targeted treatments by partnering with leading hospitals across the country through research initiatives.

Fans can donate to charity themselves by visiting NationalPCF.org/Bucs

Commitment:

Commitment: “The team’s continued commitment to helping children facing cancer makes them so much more than a sports team – they are true heroes committed to creating a brighter future for their young fans and supporters across the globe.” whole country,” he added.

Donate: Fans can donate to charity themselves by visiting NationalPCF.org/Bucs

Donate: Fans can donate to charity themselves by visiting NationalPCF.org/Bucs

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