Tom Brady gets a fresh cut for a good cause

Doug Mendoza
March 12, 2018

Brady and Baker were seated next to each other while they were being buzzed.

At the annual "Saving by Shaving" event in Quincy, Baker and Brady got buzz cuts to support the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

On Thursday, the New England Patriots quarterback showed off a new one as he shed his locks for a good cause. Brady was billed as a "mystery guest" in a news release issued before he made the appearance. It was an honor to join the fun and support @DanaFarber and all the great work they do!

Tom Brady
Jessica Rinaldi The Boston Globe via Gett

After about 10 minutes of cutting, most of Brady's hair was on the ground, and no, I'm not sure if the charity plans on selling his hair on eBay in a move that would likely raise an extra $900 million.

Granite Telecommunications pledged $5 million to the Institute if Brady and 1,000 others agreed to shave their heads for the cause, according to the Boston Globe's Mark Shanahan. - Granite Telecommunications in West Palm Beach challenged its employees to shave their heads to help find a cure for pancreatic cancer.

The final episode of Brady's documentary series Tom vs Time airs at noon Monday on Facebook Watch.

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