Tom Brady, Quarterback de Luce Buccaneers de Tampa Bay, Spread quickly to throw the Vince Lombardy Trophy over the Hillsborough River, during celebrations for a Super Bowl LV victory.
The veteran and his companions passed the cup between the ship and the ship, much to the chagrin of its creator’s family.
Lauren Gross said that she was the daughter of Greg Grohs, the principal silversmith at Tiffany & Co. from 1967 to 1994 who designed the first Vince Lombardi Cup. The woman demanded Brady to apologize for his behavior.
“I was very upset that this trophy was insulted and disrespected by throwing it like a soccer ball [americano]. I have a great story that my dad made this cup, which is a great honor, and I know all the craftsmen who made it when my dad was at Tiffany too. It takes a lot of work, he told Fox 4 in southwest Florida.
“I saw this cup made in the Tiffany factory and it is beautiful. My father had to engrave the seams by hand. There is a press article showing him working on that cup. The oval is handcrafted and the base is also,” Grohs added.
“Personally, I would like to apologize, not just to myself, but to my family, other silversmiths as well as fans, all football fans and other team players.”
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