Tom Brady’s Buccaneers Contract Details Revealed


On Friday morning, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans finally heard the news they had been waiting for, Tom Brady to Tampa Bay was official.

At the age of 43, the details of the contract are interesting. In fact, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that Brady’s contract will pay him $50 million over two years, with another $9 million in incentives.

Also, the contract includes a clause that prohibits Brady of being traded, or franchise tagged, giving him plenty of freedom moving forward. Still, $25 million per year is a bargain considering other quarterbacks, such as Ryan Tannehill, signed for around $30 million this offseason.

So where does that leave the Buccaneers in terms of salary cap space? With the recent signing of Joe Haeg, the team has roughly $23 million left to spend.

Keep in mind that draft picks will cost around seven to nine million, bringing the total down to around $15 million.

Tom Brady’s contract is a team-friendly deal with a heavy amount of incentives. It is still unknown what the exact details are, but we will keep you updated once we learn more information.