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Tom Brady connects with his son on TD pass in charity game and a Gronk spike follows

Tom Brady played in a charity game on Friday at Harvard Stadium. He found another favorite receiver, his son Jack, who delivered a perfect Gronk spike after the touchdown grab.

Tom Brady pass to his son Jack Brady -- and wait, wait, wait for it……the @RobGronkowski spike! #wbz #patriots pic.twitter.com/J5dT2J1K6u

— Dan Roche (@RochieWBZ) June 2, 2017

The contest benefited Best Buddies International, a nonprofit organization that serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

There were some other nice moments, with the Patriots' QB playing receiver, too.

VIDEO: #TomBrady works on his catching skills, @RochieWBZ hones his play-by-play chops at @BestBuddiesMA kickoff #wbz pic.twitter.com/C6VBO35yDV

— Jim Harrington (@jejharrington) June 2, 2017

A tackle combination with Brady and Julian Edelman.

Father + son + @edelman11 gang tackle =

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And in the end a father-son hug to complete a great day.

Proud of my son/long snapper tonight in the @bestbuddies football game #bradytobrady

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