During training camp, it's been take your son to work day for Tom Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Brady's eldest son, 13-year-old Jack, has been spending time in Tampa as a ball boy during practices for the Buccaneers.
"The more I get to do with him the better it is," Brady said at his media availability Wednesday. "We have a great time together and it's really a treat for me to have him. He thinks it's fun but it's probably way better for me having him out here. It's really, really cool."
Brady said that his son is "good with everything" and enjoys running, going on the boat, golfing, or biking with his father as well.
"I don't want to blow his head up too much," Brady said. "He probably wouldn't even read this. Just a real special kid. It's fun to be with him."
Jack won't be eligible for the NFL Draft until around 2028, at which point his father would be entering his age-51 season. That's far beyond Brady's long-stated goal of playing until he's 45, but can you completely rule out a father-son connection on an NFL field someday?