After Bruce Arians revealed his Super Bowl tattoo, Tom Brady joked about having his own

TAMPA, Fla. -- One day after Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians unveiled his Super Bowl LV tattoo, quarterback Tom Brady, who remains undefeated on social media, joked that he too got a Super Bowl tattoo.

Brady tweeted a photo of himself working out with a superimposed tattoo of Arians on his leg, with Arians holding up a beer while sitting on a boat from the team's Super Bowl parade on the water.

Outside linebacker Shaq Barrett took things a step further by posting an April Fool’s Day photo of his right arm with a superimposed tattoo of the infamous Brady parade photo where he’s been pulled away by backup quarterback Ryan Griffin. Barrett captioned the photo with, “I had to make sure the moment would never be forgotten. #ILikeAvOcAdoToo #SBLV #BoatParade #7Time

Arians isn't the only one getting inked up to commemorate the Bucs' 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, which he did as the result of a bet he made with tight ends coach Rick Christophel and the strength and conditioning staff back in August.

Safety Antoine Winfield Jr. got one that stretches from his knee down to his shin and ankle in gray, featuring the Lombardi trophy with a Buccaneers logo, the Super Bowl LV logo and praying hands with beams of light emanating from it.

Wide receiver Mike Evans got one on his chest area, in between tattoos of his mother Heather's name and a Buccaneers helmet. It's a Lombardi Trophy with "LV."

When GM Jason Licht was asked if he would be getting a tattoo, he said: “I have nothing against tattoos. I think B.A.’s is cool as hell, and Antoine Winfield and Mike Evans -- I think they’re cool. I didn’t get one. Maybe next year. Maybe next year I will get a face tat (laughs) .... I’m kidding. Well, before I make any declarations about getting a tattoo, this year or next year, I need to think it through a little bit, what I’d want and where I’d want it.”

Outside linebacker Quinton Bell got one on his biceps and triceps at the beginning of the month, with the Super Bowl LV logo and the Lombardi trophy, featuring gray, pink/red and blue ink.

More could soon be joining them. Running back Ronald Jones II expressed his desire to get one after seeing Arians' tattoo.

So did cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting.