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The NFL’s biggest sporting event is taking on a new meaning this weekend.
The NFL Super Bowl is slated to take place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., with the first game scheduled for Feb. 6.
And if the game itself sounds a bit like a classic game of cat and mouse, you may have noticed some players sporting the same hairstyles.
The league’s players have been known to alter their hairstyles for their own personal gain.
The last time it happened was back in 2006, when the New York Giants changed their hair style to the hairstyles worn by then-Oakland Raiders head coach Gary Kubiak.
So far, the only player to do so is quarterback Tom Brady, who had his locks styled to look like a cowboy hat.
“My first season in the NFL, I was always like, ‘Hey, I’m going to have to wear a hat,'” Brady told NFL.com in a recent interview.
“I don’t know, I didn’t even know what a hat was, I just thought it was a hat.
But it’s like a hat, so that was a big thing for me to do.”
Brady has been known for his unique hairstyle, and it’s also not the first time the quarterback has been to Santa Clara.
He’s also been known in the past to visit his hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., which is located in the Catskills region of New York State.
Brady was also seen wearing a hat in 2010 at the annual New York Knicks home opener.
Brady was born and raised in New Jersey, but moved to the city of Buffalo to attend the University of Buffalo.
When Brady turned pro in 2007, the NFL began enforcing a rule that players must have their hair pulled to look good on film.
A year later, Brady took a different approach.
Brady took his hair in a different direction, and while the Bills fans cheered him on in Buffalo, they didn’t boo Brady.
He wore a hat during the Bills home opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2009.
Brady also wore a mask during the 2009 Super Bowl, and he has been seen in a mask at least twice during the last two years.