Jack Brady, 9, attended Brady's American football clinic Wednesday in Tokyo at Ariake Coliseum. He also passed with Brady earlier this week in Beijing on top of the Great Wall of China. Jack is also the son of actress Bridget Moynahan.
He was spotted several times Wednesday, lobbing right-handed passes around the field with dad, days after Father's Day.
Jack also joined dad at the Best Buddies International game earlier this month at Harvard Stadium in Boston. He showed off his skills as a defender, pass catcher and even a long snapper in that contest.
"Proud of my son/long snapper tonight in the @bestbuddies football game #bradytobrady," Brady wrote on a June 2 social media post featuring Jack.
The future Hall of Famer is currently on a trip for Under Armour to promote his sleepwear. He told reporters Sunday that his "dream is to play a game" in China someday. He also said he hopes the NFL plays "many games" in the coutnry.
Brady visited Shanghai on Tuesday.
"Thank you Shanghai, we couldn't have had any more fun!!! @underarmour @tb12sports," Brady posted Tuesday on Instagram. The caption was on a video of Jack running through a fountain. Brady also did some yoga in Shanghai.
Last week, Brady posted a photo of his son Benjamin decked out in a Patriots helmet and shoulder pads, while holding a team-stamped football.
"Tom Brady is one of the greatest athletes of our time and we are excited to connect him with the fans and cultures of China and Japan in an up-close and personal way," Under Armour Senior Vice President of Global Sports Marketing Ryan Kuehl said in a press release. "We believe Tom will have a tremendous impact and we are excited for Tom to share his dedication to training and the game of American football with our fans in China and Japan, who are embracing and participating in sports and fitness in record numbers."
Just because Brady's oldest son has stardom in his blood, doesn't mean he wants to follow his father en route to a football career.
Jack also plays soccer, as noted by Brady in an Instagram video back in May.
Moynahan told LIVE with Kelly in January that Jack might follow through and play the other 'football' on the big stage.
"I think right now he wants to be a professional soccer player," Moynahan said. "Though after the Olympics, he's like, 'I think I'm gonna win a gold in swimming.' Then it was Michael Phelps, so I think he just likes awards."
That's easy to see, considering little Jack has plenty trophies to look at in the trophy case.