Tom Brady gets his playoff beard shaved for charity

  • IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GILLETTE - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady celebrates his sixth Super Bowl win with a fresh shave at Gillette World Shave Headquarters on Thursday, Feb. 07, 2019 in Boston. Together, Brady and Gillette donated more than 100,000 to three organizations: Boys & Girls Club of South Boston, Best Buddies and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. (Scott Eisen/AP Images for Gillette) SCOTT EISEN

  • IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GILLETTE - Well-groomed Super Bowl champion Tom Brady celebrates with a victory shave at Gillette World Shave headquarters on Thursday, Feb. 07, 2019 in Boston. Three New England Patriots-branded Gillette razor handles and boxes signed by Brady will be auctioned off for charity in the coming days. (Scott Eisen/AP Images for Gillette) Scott Eisen

  • IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GILLETTE - Super Bowl champion Tom Brady stopped by Gillette World Shave Headquarters for a victory shave on Thursday, Feb. 07, 2019 in Boston. Three New England Patriots-branded Gillette razor handles and boxes signed by Brady will be auctioned off in the coming days. All proceeds will benefit Boys & Girls Club of South Boston, Best Buddies and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. (Scott Eisen/AP Images for Gillette) SCOTT EISEN

  • IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GILLETTE - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady got his smoothest shave of the season, thanks to the grooming experts at Gillette on Thursday, Feb. 07, 2019 in Boston. (Scott Eisen/AP Images for Gillette) Scott Eisen

  • IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GILLETTE - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady joins Gillette at their Boston Headquarters for a victory shave to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, Best Buddies and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute on Thursday, Feb. 07, 2019 in Boston.( Scott Eisen/AP Images for Gillette) Scott Eisen

Published: 2/7/2019 6:31:53 PM

BOSTON (AP) — After a close shave at the Super Bowl, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady got another close shave, this time for charity.

The six-time Super Bowl champion got his playoff stubble shaved off Thursday at Gillette headquarters in Boston.

Gillette donated $35,000 each to the Boys and Girls Club of South Boston, Best Buddies and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Brady also signed Patriots-branded Gillette razors, which will be auctioned for charity.

Brady said Thursday was the first morning since the Super Bowl he hasn’t woken up completely exhausted. He also divulged that he’s enjoyed a margarita or two since the game, and is planning on vacationing in Costa Rica.

The Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 on Sunday in a game that wasn’t decided until late in the fourth quarter.




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