Bucs Parade 2021: Twitter Reaction, Photos, Videos, GIFs and More

Rob Goldberg@TheRobGoldbergFeatured ColumnistFebruary 10, 2021

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski, left, and quarterback Tom Brady celebrate after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL Super Bowl 55 football game Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Fla. The Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs 31-9 to win the Super Bowl. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrated their Super Bowl title in front of fans in a boat parade Wednesday on the Hillsborough River. 

There was plenty of enjoyment throughout the day, with Tom Brady even tossing the Lombardi Trophy between the boats:

NFL GameDay @NFLGameDay

The most impressive pitch and catch of @TomBrady's career 🤯🏆 (🎥: @abcactionnews / @nflnetwork) https://t.co/s88StyvLiE

When the trophy wasn't at risk, the players were seen dancing and partying on various boats throughout the parade:

NBC Sports Boston @NBCSBoston

The Bucs' boat parade is underway and Gronk is ready to go https://t.co/z0AzyklvFI

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @Buccaneers

"Is anyone working today? No way." 😂 https://t.co/4vm6CAaomo

Greg Auman @gregauman

The Gronk boat, with old-school Bucco Bruce flag, is an early leader in Bucs’ boat parade ... https://t.co/WGSms0WxLn

Spectrum News 13 @MyNews13

HAPPENING NOW: The Bucs, Tampa city officials and fans are taking to the water to celebrate the team's Super Bowl win. UPDATES: https://t.co/oh0UkD6qsU https://t.co/g9eCXEZwZn

Greg Auman @gregauman

Bruce Arians holds the Lombardi Trophy high next to Jason Licht in red ... https://t.co/jjg21f59nO

Greg Auman @gregauman

Gronk, Evans, Godwin and Brate all enjoying themselves ... @camillekostek https://t.co/5vwN8sUHDG

Joey Knight @TBTimes_Bulls

I guess his sea legs aren’t what they used to be... https://t.co/44K42bWPMe

ESPN @espn

Gronk in his element 🕺 🚤 (via _misstwelve/Instagram) https://t.co/ntVpDJJQGB

Brady came through in his own multi-million-dollar boat that he purchased in December.

Kevin ODonnell Fox13 @ODonnellFox13

Tom Brady has arrived in his new $2-million Super Bowl boat https://t.co/DcEfflesru

Greg Auman @gregauman

So Brady not only brought his own new boat, he’s driving it. Power move. https://t.co/ivdFarMTr9

The players were ready to celebrate even before they left land:

JennaLaineESPN @JennaLaineESPN

.@RobGronkowski just said someone might need to take him out of here on an ambulance. https://t.co/EO5AP1Igfk

JennaLaineESPN @JennaLaineESPN

You guys...@AntoineWJr11 isn’t playing... https://t.co/qjROFSxqAW

Some Bucs also took a shot at Brady with shirts immortalizing the quarterback's famous picture from the NFL scouting combine in 2000:

B/R Gridiron @brgridiron

The Bucs are rocking shirts with Tom Brady’s draft photo at the parade 🐐 https://t.co/0YYUq7Rx4c

While the boat parade kept the distance between the players and fans, there was no shortage of people watching along the river:

Greg Auman @gregauman

Bucs fans lined up along the riverwalk as Bucs boats move along. Biggest crowds at the start and finish. https://t.co/MnHRtD4blF

Erik Waxler @erikwaxler

The view from above! @Buccaneers #SuperBowlLVChampions https://t.co/MrvEtEDsSS

FOX 13 Tampa Bay @FOX13News

Lots of boats and fans for the @Buccaneers Super Bowl boat parade today. WATCH: https://t.co/G0GMdHQkBO https://t.co/OucDgrTLmR


@RobGronkowski @Buccaneers @CityofTampa @JaneCastor @USRepKCastor @MillerTime___10 @TomBrady @WFLARod FANS GATHER: Here's a look at the crowd of fans along the @Buccaneers #SuperBowl championship boat parade. https://t.co/6aJPIux3Q5 #GoBucs https://t.co/abJQRh4IEe

Not everyone had a great time as Scotty Miller apparently dropped Chris Godwin's phone in the river:

CHRIS TORELLO @TorelloSports

Chris Godwin on Mike Evans’ Instagram live: “my boy Scotty (Miller) dropped my phone in the water at the Super Bowl parade.” Evans calls Godwin one of the best WR in the #NFL. #Bucs #GoBucs #ChampaBay https://t.co/PuQeN2Cr1w

It otherwise appeared to be plenty of fun for all those involved.

The event comes three days after the Buccaneers earned a 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs for the franchise's first title in 19 years.

The city also held a boat parade for the Tampa Bay Lightning after their Stanley Cup title in September, allowing a safer atmosphere for those involved amid the COVID-19 pandemic.