Our favorites athletes celebrate Father’s Day on social media

Father’s Day is synonymous with sports. And this Sunday, athletes took to social media to wish dads all the best.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski’s dad has become something of a legend, with all of his large sons — but Gronk made sure to remind him who’s No. 1.

His teammate, Bucs quarterback Tom Brady also took to Twitter, but shared something slightly more sentimental about his pops.

New Jersey Devils defenceman P.K. Subban took a play from Gronk’s book, and added a little humor to his post, giving a shout out to all the dads out there, while making sure to single out the best looking one around.

San Francisco 49ers right end George Kittle, usually known for his silly antics, instead shared words from the heart to illustrate how much his father means to him.

While Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam may not have been able to celebrate today with his father, he honors his legacy and promises to work hard in his memory everyday.

What’s sweeter than winning the Super Bowl?

Well, sharing that extra special moment with the guy who’s been with you through the blood, sweat and tears.

Dads are known for wearing many hats including father, husband, brother and even mentor.

14-time MLB All-Star Alex Rodriguez feels the love of his family on the day dedicated to him and every dad around the world.

Some dads might not be here to celebrate, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t in our hearts and thoughts today.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson honors his father with a heartfelt post.

Vanessa Bryant honors the late Kobe Bryant, who passed away earlier this year, with an extra special message and a photo of him with all his daughters.

 

And we here at FOX Sports are celebrating the dads, too, as well as the sons they raised.

Baseball just seems to be in these father-son duos’ blood.

And talk about winners, these father-son combos have quite the collection of hardware.

Football means family for these guys, and excellence on the field is just par for the course.

You can even vote on your favorite college football pair.

Here’s to all the fathers, sons and husbands celebrating today – we wish you the greatest of days filled with laughter, smiles and love.