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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sign Tom Brady for Another Year


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sign Tom Brady for Another Year

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My knowledge of football is rather limited, but even the most inexperienced fans are aware of the rule: never underestimate Brady. Tom Brady was the undisputed star player of the New England Patriots before he switched to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ahead of the Super Bowl, there were speculations that the Patriots’ success was attributed to their team as a whole rather than solely Brady’s skill, but the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl win put an end to that debate. By acquiring Brady, the Bucs have secured a player akin to Keanu Reeves in football, and they are determined to retain him for the foreseeable future.

When Brady initially signed with the Bucs last year, he agreed to a two-year deal, meaning he would have been a free agent at the start of the 2022 season. However, today, the Buccaneers announced that Brady had accepted a one-year extension to his existing contract, ensuring his presence on the team through the 2022 season. Interestingly, Brady did not request a salary increase after the Super Bowl victory, despite the team likely granting it. In fact, rumors suggest that this updated contract actually reduces Brady’s salary cap for the 2021 season. This move will benefit the Buccaneers financially, allowing them to preserve some funds for retaining free agents and providing Brady with additional earnings if he decides to renegotiate in 2022.

Brady himself has reiterated his commitment to continuing his NFL career for the foreseeable future. While it remains uncertain if he will stay with the Bucs in the long run, it would be wise for the team to do everything possible to keep him on board.

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