Tom Brady writes a touching message to a cancer survivor.
Noah Reeb, a 9-year-old Buccaneers fan, received comfort in a video greeting from quarterback Tom Brady during his struggle with brain cancer.
“How are you doing, Noah?” “I just wanted to let you know that I’m thinking of you,” Brady stated via ESPN’s video message. “I know you’re one of my biggest Utah fans, and I know you’ve got a wonderful family who loves and supports you — your parents and siblings. I also wanted to let you know that I’m thinking of you. I agree with you. My heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to you and your family. And stay strong; I know you’ll do fine, and get well soon; take care.”
Reeb eventually fought cancer and attended a Bucs game on Oct. 24, where Brady presented him with a hat, which was captured on camera by CBS. When ESPN broadcast its film expressing Brady’s support for the Reeb family on Oct. 31, Brady sent a message to Reeb via Twitter.
Brady wrote, “Thank you for your inspiration Noah.” “You have so much to teach us all. You may not realize it, but many people throughout the world appreciate you for your bravery and courage in dealing with a difficult situation. Thank you for your lovely blessing, and thank you and your family for it.”
Thank you, Noah, for being such an inspiration. You have a lot to teach us all. You may not realize it, but many people throughout the world appreciate you for your bravery and courage in dealing with a difficult situation. Thank you for your magnificent blessing, and thank you and your family for it. https://t.co/FtuL2m4Nwx
October 31, 2021 — Tom Brady (@TomBrady)
Brady had published a story about Reeb on Instagram the week before, which included a photo of Reeb holding a placard that read “Tom Brady helped me survive brain cancer” at a Bucs game on Oct. 24.
Brady dubbed himself “the world’s strongest kid.” “The most rewarding aspect of what I’ve accomplished is being able to assist children like Noah.” More than anything, you inspire me.!”
For Brady, Chris Godwin catches Noah at the game.
On October 24, wide receiver Chris Godwin caught a touchdown pass as the Buccaneers blew out the Chicago Bears. Nokia News – Quick Recap