Drew Brees is dad to sons Callen, 8, Bowen, 10, and Baylen, 11, plus daughter Rylen, 6

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Tom Brady; Drew Brees
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Tom Brady is training them young!

After Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the New Orleans Saints 30-20 in a playoff game Sunday, the quarterback, 43, shared a friendly moment with his opponent Drew Brees and his family. Brees, 42, shares four children with wife Brittany: sons Callen Christian, 8, Bowen Christopher, 10, and Baylen Robert, 11, plus daughter Rylen Judith, 6.

In footage of the post-game interaction, which quickly went viral on Twitter, Brady throws a playful pass to Brees' boys in the end zone. As Brady grabbed his bag and said goodbye, he told Brees' sons (who wear little Saints jerseys), "Have fun. Be nice to your sister," as the boys joked "No!"

"Yes, be nice to your sister," says Brady. "See ya, boys."

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Brady and his wife Gisele Bündchen share son Benjamin Rein, 11, and daughter Vivian Lake, 8. He is also dad to 13-year-old son John "Jack" Edward, whom he shares with ex Bridget Moynahan. A source told PEOPLE last month that Jack "loves football" and the father-son duo are known to practice the sport together.

"Tom and Jack are super tight," the source said. "He loves football. Tom's very active with him. He's always spotted out with him. Parents have seen him playing football in the schoolyard with Jack and his classmates, pre-COVID."

During an interview with Howard Stern in April, Brady opened up about whether he wants his sons to follow in his footsteps on the football field. "I would never want for them to be 'Tom Brady's son' playing football. I don't like that at all," he said at the time, per USA Today. "But from a team, camaraderie, discipline, I think there's something about contact sports that teaches you a lot about discipline, respect, mutual respect for your opponent that you don't get in non-contact sports."