Brady gets buzz cut for good cause

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Tom Brady getting his head shaved with Governor Baker, March 8, 2018.

The New England Patriots quarterback changes his look annually, though mercifully he hasn't gone back to his 2011 flow.

Brady wasn't the only high-profile member of MA society to donate his locks to the cause, either.

Brady teamed up with MA governor Charlie Baker for the event- and yeah, Baker shaved his head too!

That's all kinds of awesome.

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At the annual "Saving by Shaving" event in Quincy, Baker and Brady got buzz cuts to support the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The company pledged to give over $5 million to the cancer institute if 1,000 people shaved their heads or beards.

Check out more photos from the event from the Boston Globe's Jessica Rinaldi below.

Brady was billed as a "mystery guest", Boston.com reported. Quincy Mayor Tom Koch also made a special quest appearance.

Onlookers shouted a chant of "MVP" when Brady's haircut was finished. Brady's mother, Dalynn, was diagnosed with cancer in June 2016. "What a fun #SavingByShaving event today".

As always, Brady is one of the few National Football League players who remains a class act.

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