Tom Brady officially is a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And when some may possibly consider Brady’s profession shortly will conclude, the particulars of his new agreement could point out otherwise.
Buccaneers head mentor Bruce Arians felt he understood what Brady was hunting for in totally free agency, and it labored. Last 7 days, the Bucs gave Brady a two-12 months deal reportedly well worth $50 million in assured cash, with $9 million in incentives. During agreement negotiations, the quarterback reportedly experienced two requests: motivation and overall flexibility.
NFL insider Adam Schefter pointed out Wednesday on ESPN’s “Get Up” that a distinct clause in Brady’s agreement could drop light-weight on the QB’s extended-expression NFL plan.
“He’s established up on a two-12 months agreement, the reality that the Buccaneers couldn’t tag him after two years,” Schefter mentioned. “So if he’s putting in a clause that suggests he can not be tagged soon after two yrs, that tells you that he’s contemplating outside of even this contract, and he thinks there is a probability that he could be playing over and above the two a long time in Tampa.
“Because why would you even hassle placing in a clause at that position in time, if you do not have some sort of believed that perhaps there is a likelihood you are heading to be enjoying further than the two many years that you just signed up for in Tampa?”
There is a clause in Tom Brady’s new contract that helps make @AdamSchefter and @danorlovsky7 assume that Brady is planning on playing earlier this latest deal. pic.twitter.com/7IDdwC1MSW
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) March 25, 2020
Though Brady would not make clear Tuesday for the duration of his very first meeting call with Tampa Bay why he decided to depart the New England Patriots, he did describe when he decided to leave and why he signed with the Bucs.
And, of system, Tampa Bay squandered no time before selling No. 12 Brady jerseys.
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