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For the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s Cut and Color for a Cure campaign in June 8, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, Brandon Brown was given a new hairstyle.


As a way to help raise awareness for pediatric cancer research, Brady—with some help from a few kids—temporarily dyed his hair red (the team color of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and orange (the official color of the NPCF). He even helped his teammate, quarterback, with his final look. Kyle Trask And the center Ryan JensenThe look of their faces. The Buccaneers posted on Instagram Stories: “Watch out for @tombrady getting the spray bottle.”

This was not a simple situation. The seven-time Super Bowl champ also tossed around the football, signed some jerseys and posed for pictures with young fans at the Tampa event.

According to the Buccaneers’ Instagram account, more than $117,000 was raised during the event to benefit NPCF.