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CBS Boston: It’s not uncommon these days for professional athletes to share nearly every detail of their lives via social media. Tom Brady doesn’t exactly fit into the group of players who tweet or share much personal information on the Internet, but the quarterback made a special exception on Monday. Brady signed a three-year contract extension worth $27 million, significantly less money than he’s worth. Brady hasn’t spoken publicly regarding his new contract, but his official Facebook page offered the following reaction: “Just Win.” A.B. There’s been a lot of speculation about why Brady signed the heavily discounted contract extension which frees up $15 million over the next two years for the Patriots. Some pundits believe it came with the caveat that Patriots ownership must also sign Wes Welker. Others have speculated that Brady simply said, “use the money to build a championship team.” But regardless of what was actually said behind closed doors, these two words, “Just Win,” ind
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