Tom Brady’s wife and daughter are attending his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, according to the Associated Press.
Brady is expected to be enshrined in Cooperstown on Friday, which will mark the 50th anniversary of the birth of the American scientist who discovered the atomic bomb.
Brittany, 35, was a guest on CBS’s “Face the Nation” and said she and Brady are doing “an amazing job” in their efforts to raise awareness for the anti-vaccination movement.
“I think the more that people know that we are all in this together, the better for everybody,” she said.
Bradford is an honorary member of the Pro Sports Hall of Famer’s Legacy Fund.
He was inducted into the league’s hall of fame in 2017.
He also became the first quarterback to be selected for the Hall of Famers.
Braddick was born in St. Louis and was raised in California.
He played five seasons in the NFL with the New York Jets and Houston Oilers.