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Good News for New England Patriots fans!
By: Tom Nappi
Tom Brady will be a Patriot likely until the day he retires. Brady has already mentioned that he wants to retire at 40 and inked a deal making him a Patriot the next 5 years. Not only did he ink a deal that gives him all guaranteed money but it benefits the team substantially. Rather than Brady taking over 20 million in salary cap space the next 2 years, he will only take up just over 14 million. Brady took the hometown discount with this deal and showed that he is serious about winning another Super Bowl and helping the team in any way he can. If you look at Peyton Manning even after 3 neck surgeries and almost a career ending injury he was asking for top pay from the Colts and walked away when he did not get it, Brady on the other hand wants the Super Bowl and he is willing to take a pay cut to get it.
This new Tom Brady contract leaves the Patriots with a number of options they can pursue during the offseason such as giving Wes Welker and Aquib Talib contracts or pursuing free agents such as Dwayne Bowe or defensive help. Tom Brady is one of the very few in the game that puts the team above his own financial success, although he is getting a 30 million dollar signing bonus and nearly an average of 15 million a season, I think that is enough to live on.....don't you?
Having Tom Brady around for the next 5 years is music to my ears, let's not forget what Patriots fan life was like before Tom Brady.
Mr. Brady Thank You for not being a greedy rotten selfish jerk like most of the professional athletes that care about a couple extra million over their team needs and putting the team first! You are not only one of the best Quarterbacks of all time but one of the best Team Players of All Time!
Pure and Simple if anyone deserves another ring, it's Tom Brady!
By: Craig D'Alessandro
|Tom Brady’s legacy is still intact, even after Super Bowl|