Tom Brady’s three kids pay emotional tribute to their dad ahead of his Hall of Fame induction ceremony – and warn him not to ‘get any ideas’ about unretiring again!

Tom Brady’s kids paid an emotional tribute to the seven-time Super Bowl champion ahead of his induction to the New England Patriots Hall of Fame on Wednesday night.

In the video, his kids Jack, Benjamin, and Vivian took turns voicing over while saying their praises to their father.

Meanwhile, the visuals had iconic pictures from Brady’s New England career in oil canvas format, zooming from one to the next. An Instrumental version of Jack Johnson’s ‘Better Together’ also accompanied their narration.

‘My kids surprised me this morning with this video, and I wanted to share it with my Patriot family too,’ Brady captioned the video on Instagram.

‘What a ride. See you tonight New England’

Tom Brady's kids paid an emotional tribute to him before his Patriots Hall of Fame induction

Tom Brady’s kids paid an emotional tribute to him before his Patriots Hall of Fame induction

‘Hey Dad, we’re all so excited to be back in Boston this week,’ Vivian opens. ‘And I thought it would be fun to look back at all of those amazing years as a Patriot.’

‘Six Super Bowl titles, I only remember three of them, but those games are some of my favorite memories,’ Benjamin follows.

‘Same here, Benny,’ Jack says. ‘But I know the rest of the family was there screaming at the top of their lungs during the first three.’

The video then shows his accolades from his time in Foxborough and flashes back to his collegiate days in Michigan and family pictures from his youth.

‘Most importantly, you were just dad,’ Benjamin says towards the end.

‘Even if you stayed fourth string your whole career, it wouldn’t change how much love our family had,’ Jack adds.

Brady's kids urged the ex quarterback to stay retired at the end of their special video tribute

Brady’s kids urged the ex quarterback to stay retired at the end of their special video tribute

In 20 seasons with the Patriots, Brady tallied six Super Bowl Championships and 219 wins

In 20 seasons with the Patriots, Brady tallied six Super Bowl Championships and 219 wins

The Patriots are celebrating Brady on June 12 (6/12) to honor his six titles and jersey number

The Patriots are celebrating Brady on June 12 (6/12) to honor his six titles and jersey number

After wrapping up with a final congratulations, Ben jokingly asks the former quarterback to stay retired. ‘Just don’t get any ideas when you walk past the locker room tonight,’ he closes.

The Patriots opted to celebrate Brady on June 12 to honor his jersey number and the number of rings he won with the franchise.

Brady tallied 614 touchdown passes in the regular season and playoffs while collecting 219 victories in 20 seasons with the Patriots.

He parted ways with New England to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he played for three seasons and won another ring before retiring.

After his initial retirement in 2022, Brady quickly retracted his farewell to return for a third season with the Bucs. After the 2022-2023 season, Brady announced on social media that he was retiring ‘for good.’

While he teased the possibility of returning, Brady’s bid to be a part-owner of the Las Vegas Raiders has been as big a priority despite being a roadblock to playing again.

Brady has been bidding to get part-ownership in the Las Vegas Raiders franchise

Brady has been bidding to get part-ownership in the Las Vegas Raiders franchise

Brady owns stakes in several Las Vegas teams including the Aces and the Night Owls

Brady owns stakes in several Las Vegas teams including the Aces and the Night Owls

The NFL legend is also a part-owner of English football club Birmingham City FC

The NFL legend is also a part-owner of English football club Birmingham City FC

Brady recently starred in Netflix's 'Greatest Roast of All Time', a three-hour comedy special

Brady recently starred in Netflix’s ‘Greatest Roast of All Time’, a three-hour comedy special

Brady owns stakes in the Las Vegas Aces, Birmingham City FC in the EFL, and Las Vegas Night Owls in Major League Pickleball.

He recently starred in The Greatest Roast of All Time, a three-hour Netflix comedy special where he was honored and flamed by the best stand-up comedians and his former colleagues.

Brady is also gearing up to be the head NFL analyst for Fox Sports after signing a lucrative 10-year, $375 million deal.

Brady returned to Gillette Stadium in September for the Patriots’ 2023 season opener and was honored by owner Robert Kraft – who announced Brady’s induction to the team. Brady is getting inducted before the requisite four years of waiting.

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