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Tom Brady Throws Lombardi Trophy From One Boat to Another at Bucs' Super Bowl Parade

Tom Brady has no shortage of Lombardi Trophy's at his disposal after winning his seventh Super Bowl. He was certainly a little loose with the hardware on Wednesday. 

Brady tossed the Lombardi Trophy off a boat during the Buccaneers' Super Bowl parade in Tampa. But no trophy catastrophe ensued. 

Brady's pass (fittingly) landed in the arms of tight end Cameron Brate, marking the another successful connection between Brady and his tight ends. 

Brady and Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski were in sync throughout Super Bowl Sunday. Gronkowski caught two of Brady's three touchdown passes. He added an additional four receptions in the 31-9 win.

Brady and Gronkowski have signaled their plans to return to the Buccaneers next season, which could set the stage for another run to the Super Bowl. 

Considering Brady's sustained excellence, Wednesday could mark far from the future Hall-of-Fame quarterback.

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