Tom Brady rocks dyed orange hair as part of Bucs’ fundraiser against cancer

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Tom Brady has a new look, for a good cause.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback found himself with some hair significantly more orange than before on Wednesday when he took part in his team's "Cut and Color for a Cure" event to raise money for National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

He at least seemed to have some fun as his "stylists" went to work:

Brady was also on the giving end, helping back-up quarterback Kyle Trask find a new hairdo.

It has been an unexpectedly eventful offseason for Brady, who has retired, unretired, signed a $375 million retirement plan, received a new head coach and won a highly viewed golf event in the span of a few months. He is now set to enter his third season with the Buccaneers, and 23rd NFL season overall.

Wednesday's "Cut and Color for a Cure" was the Buccaneers' eighth year supporting the NPCF, having raised $500,000 over the years, according to the team:

"The support of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in our fight to end childhood cancer is invaluable," said National Pediatric Cancer Foundation CEO David Frazer. "The team's continued commitment to assist kids facing a cancer diagnosis makes them so much more than a sports team – they are truly heroes, rallying to create a better tomorrow for their young fans and supporters nationwide."

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