Tom Brady has been a total partygoer since retiring from the NFL for the second time in two years, in fact, and considering how much fun he’s having in retirement, it could be for real this time… Even if his muscles are pristine.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion lately shares some highlights from a recent beach outing with his kids, playing soccer in the sand and of course… looking palm-deep like he’s running against the Men’s Health cover. Along with former teammates Blaine Gabbert, Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski (Edelman played with Brady on the New England Patriots, while Gronk followed Brady from the Pats to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where they won Super Bowl LV with Gabbert) , Brady was shirtless in all of the photos, showing off his lean, muscular physique, and his swimming trunks.
“Beach day with the team,” Brady wrote in the caption., adding a comment to promote the BRADY brand line. Many of the people who commented on the post pointed out the resemblance of these images to the shirtless beach volleyball scene from the classic 1986 film Top Gun, or perhaps more accurately, the shirtless beach soccer scene from its sequel, ‘ Top Gun: Maverick’.
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Brady, 45, has shown a lot of body after his retirement and the announcement of his divorce from Gisele Bündchen. In February, the newly single jock took a thirsty mirror selfie in his underwear, but it wasn’t so much about looking good as it was about fulfilling a promise he’d made to recreate the poses of male models from the brand’s latest campaign. BRADY. (Although let’s face it, it could have been both.)
Gronkowski and Edelman both appear to be in great shape in the beach photos, too. Edelman retired from professional football in 2021 after a previous knee injury kept him from playing, while Gronkowski retired in 2022 after playing two seasons with the Buccs, having previously been tempted by Brady to come out of retirement from him.