Will QB Tom Brady’s Mom Have the Chance to Attend the Super Bowl Again, This Time, Cancer-Free?

Published Jan 18, 2021

Will QB Tom Brady’s Mom Have the Chance to Attend the Super Bowl Again, This Time, Cancer-Free?

Galynn Patricia Brady, 77, was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer in 2016 and despite the intense effects of chemotherapy, she made it to the February 2017 Super Bowl to watch her son, Tom Brady, guide the Patriots to a win. With Brady's win Sunday night, if he can beat the Green Bay Packers, we wonder if she'll have the opportunity to watch her son in yet another Super Bowl.

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