The Patriots are on the clock for a Tom Brady decision

Carrie Guzman
February 14, 2020

But he's never been paid record salaries, instead allowing the Pats organization to have more money to spend on talent to surround him with on the field. The Patriots technically have until March 18 at 4 p.m.to ink a new contract with Brady before he hits free agency, but the team has incentive to act earlier.

Tom Brady has not missed a game due to injury since he tore his ACL back in 2008, and the 42-year-old's entire TB12 brand centers around his being able to stay on the field and take care of his body. "With this next contract being his last contract, he wants to be paid how an elite quarterback should be paid, and that is to get at least $30 million a year", a source close to Tom tells HollywoodLife.com.

Both players' futures in the National Football League are now unknown.

Several teams are reportedly interested in signing Brady this offseason including the Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders, and the Tennessee Titans. "But he is also going to enjoy being courted by any team that wants him", our insider continues.

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"He'll pay attention, as a result of if it is the proper match, then it is the proper match".

As Giardi notes, Brady sprained his MCL two years ago and was clearly hobbled over the final six weeks of the season. "He's going to provide (crew proprietor) Robert Kraft on a regular basis on the planet for a rebuttal on all of the gives he will get", our supply provides.

Tom already introduced in a lengthly January 8, 2020 Instagram publish that he wouldn't be retiring, writing "I do know I nonetheless have extra to show". The query is, whose uniform will he be carrying?

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