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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady surprising has caught some flak for restructuring his contract, and trying to allow his franchise some cap room to strengthen the roster.
Brady who regardless of how the contract was restructured, will still get his money, but also wants to win. The new deal opens up $15 million in cap space for the Patriots even though Brady will get a guaranteed $60 million over the next two years.
Brady though doesn’t want to talk about money at all, and seemed offended in an email he wrote to WEEI, in which he basically blasted those in the NFL who feels he did other players a disservice.
“I don’t want to talk about this on the radio or anywhere else for that matter,” Brady wrote in an e-mail to John Dennis. “Athletes are always talking about money at a time when everyone else is struggling so badly to make it. We all make way more than our fair share. And I just think it reflects poorly on myself and my teammates. I really do just want to win, and that has and will continue to be the reason that motivates me and is the biggest factor in my decision-making process.”
Shots fired, shots fired. Other players in the league may not make as much as Tom Brady, but NFL players make way more than the average person.
Brady in my opinion is essentially say that the NFL and the way players go about contracts shouldn’t always be about getting as much as you can.
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did his organization a huge favor on Monday when he signed a three-year contract extension. The move helps the Patriots lower the cap hit on Brady in 2013 and 2014 for starters, which will free up a ton of cap room to work with during free agency.
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The New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady have
reached an agreement on a three-year extension that will help the team’s salary
cap and provide the All-Pro with a “contract for life,” as reported by Peter King of Sports Illustrated.
Brady will receive “significantly less money than the market
will bear” in order to help the Patriots remain competitive for his...
I am very pleased with some news I came across today! Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have agreed to a 3-year extension on his contract through 2017! Surprisingly, it’s only for $27 million (yes, it does feel weird to say “ONLY $27 million”) which is much less than I [...]
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Ian Rapoport of NFL.com writes that the Patriots could target a “big receiver on the outside” during free agency now that they’ve freed up some extra cap room by restructuring Tom Brady‘s contract.
Rapoport specifically mentions that wide receivers Dwayne Bowe and Mike Wallace could both be in consideration. Rapoport adds that Bill Belichick has offered consistent...
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