Advised to ‘lighten up’, Women troubled over Tom Brady’s Lombardi Trophy toss

The Buccaneers are protecting the Tom Brady leave blending behind a little contention.

Lorraine Grohs, the little girl of silversmith Greg Grohs who made the first Lombardi Trophy, needs a statement of regret from Brady for him throwing the current year’s rendition “is if it was a real football” to tight end Cameron Brate during the group’s title boat march a week ago.

Marauders head supervisor Jason Licht reacted to a tweet that incorporated the video of Grohs’ story from Cape Coral, Florida’s Fox4 with a GIF of Warren Oates as Sgt. Hulka in the film “Stripes” saying “Help up Francis.”

The throwing around of the Lombardi Trophy by the 43-year-old Brady found in a video that became a web sensation on Wednesday, was certifiably not a chuckling matter to Grohs who lives in Fort Myers, Fla. Her dad was an expert silversmith from 1967-1994 at Tiffany and Company, which is entrusted with making the prize.

“A lot of hard work, a lot of hours go into it,” she said.

“It just really upset me that this trophy was disgraced and disrespected by being thrown as if it was a real football. I didn’t sleep for the past two nights because of this. I was that upset, because I know the passion that goes into this trophy, and how my dad and all of his fellow silversmiths are so proud to make this. I’d personally like an apology, not just to me and my family and the other silversmiths, but to the fans.”

Brady drove the Buccaneers to a 31-9 triumph over the shielding champion Kanas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 2021 to win his seventh Lombardi Trophy.

The future Hall of Fame quarterback additionally caused a buzz when he required an escort to walk when showing up back ashore after the boozy boat march.

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