Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 1/29/13
Here are the facts New England Patriots fans need to take some time to think about with regards to Tom Brady. Brady has two years left on his five-year contract extension from 2010, and is due $43,600,000 dollars over the next two seasons. This is partly because he restructured his contact for 2012 to save the Pats some money. It’s always painful to talk about when the Pats will, or should, pull the plug on Brady, however, you have to start talking about it at some point... Read more
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6 Comments:
  • True; preparations must be made. Tom's best days may be behind him. Either way, he won't have to flip burgers for a living, nor will any of his offspring.
  • Whattaya Think? You Sportswriters are a Buncha LOSERS!
  • Ahhhh poor studiosteve just found out there's no santa clause.
    IT'S TIME for Tommy do concentrate on modeling.
  • you sound like a loser.
  • The pats will pull the plug on brady when they are losing many games because of him, have a repacement for him, or have another formula for winning games with out him.. You can't just look at the history with the Pats and other players... like law, malloy, ect ect and assume that Brady must fall into the same situation... This is areally stupid article! and way premature!!!
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