Gerald McCoy humbled by former Buccaneers teammates attending his son's Senior Day football game

Gerald McCoy hugs Lavonte David

TAMPA BAY - Just two weeks ago, long-time Tampa Bay Buccaneer Pro Bowler Gerald McCoy sacked his former teammate Jameis Winston three times to help Carolina to a huge division win over Tampa Bay in London's Tottenham Stadium.

Last night, Winston along with Bucs linebacker Lavonte David, wide receiver Mike Evans and offensive lineman Donavan Smith proved that the bonds of friendship and brotherhood go way beyond the football field.

The group went to Tampa Catholic high school to watch Senior Night of McCoy's oldest son, Marcellus.

McCoy posted a video sent by David with a moving caption:

McCoy couldn't make it to the game in Tampa as he had already flown to California for the Panthers game at San Francisco on Sunday.

In the video posted to McCoy's instagram page, David, one of McCoy's closest friends said:

"We want to be here to represent for you, man. Let you know that we love you. We always appreciate you, man. We always part of the family."

McCoy played nine seasons, earning six Pro Bowl nods, with Tampa Bay before signing with Carolina this offseason.

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