• Peter King:Tom Brady, New England Patriots agree on three-year extension

    Summary of 27 articles · Updated Feb 27, 2013
    Patriots, Tom Brady agree to three-year extension When I first heard about Peter King’s report that the Patriots had signed quarterback Tom Brady to a three-year, $27 million extension, I assumed the deal was worth $27 million per year. It’s not.  When I first heard about Peter King’s report that the Patriots had signed quarterback Tom Brady to a three-year, $27 million extension, I assumed the deal was worth $27 million per year. It’s not.  The New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady have agreed t...
    • Patriots’ Tom Brady hoping new deal pays off with Super Bowl

      Like all powerful, wealthy, successful people, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has reached a stage in life where he wants what wealth, fame, or prestige can’t buy - a championship.
      Source: boston.com
    • Crunching the numbers on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s contract extension

      Tom Brady’s contract extension and renegotiation was filed and posted with the NFL Players’ Association Tuesday, providing a look at exactly what the numbers are on the deal that will keep Brady with the Patriots until 2017, the year he turns 40.
      Source: boston.com
    • Actually, Tom Brady Is Getting A Raise

      When the Patriots leaked news of Tom Brady's "three-year, $27 million" contract extension, it appeared on the face the rare instance of an athlete taking less money to make his team more competitive. We warned you that appearances can be decei…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Peter King: More on Tom Brady's amazing deal; mail

      Picking up the pieces from the surprising three-year, $27 million Tom Brady contract extension:
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • What does Brady's extension mean?

      Brady's deal likely mean Wes Welker gets his contract, and possibly the transition tag for cornerback Aqib Talib.
      Source: boston.com
    • Breaking down Brady's contract extension

      SI.com's Peter King discusses why Tom Brady agreed to the terms of the 3-year extension that ensures he'll retire a New England Patriot.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Tom Brady Signs With The Patriots For Well Under Market Value, But There's A Catch

      Peter King has the details: Tom Brady has signed a three-year contract extension with the Patriots that will run through the 2017 season, when he will be 40 years old. More than basically cementing Brady as a Patriot for life, the deal's a huge coup for…
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Pats sign Brady to deal much smaller than Schaub’s

      Sometimes the best quarterback isn’t the one making the most money. According to a Sports Illustrated report Monday, Tom Brady has agreed to a three-year, $27 million extension with the Patriots. Need some context for that figure? The Texans’ Matt Sch
      Source: chron.com
    • Source: Patriots extend Brady through 2017

      Tom Brady has agreed to a three-year, $27 million contract extension with the Patriots, a deal that will keep him with New England through the 2017 season, Sports Illustrated reported Monday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Report: Tom Brady agrees to contract extension

      Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has signed a contract extension that will keep him with the team through the 2017 season, or when he's 40 years old, according to a report.
      Source: boston.com
    • Patriots banking on Tom Brady until he's 40

      Tom Brady has said for years that he wants to play until he's 40-years old. It's an unusual goal in the NFL, but at 35 Brady is still playing at an elite level and appears to have a shot. It's clear the New England Patriots also think Brady is capable o…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Tom Brady steering clear of contract talk

    Since restructuring his deal this week to provide the Patriots with a lot of salary cap room and himself a pile of guaranteed cash, quarterback Tom Brady has become one of the league’s biggest talking points. But he doesn’t want to talk about it. Brad
    • Tom Brady doesn't want to talk about the money

      First Tom Brady wants to be a lower-paid quarterback. Now he wants to lay low when it comes to talking about his restructured pact with the Patriots.
      Source: boston.com
    • A few details on Brady's contract

      Brady's contract basically has $57 million guaranteed, which puts him in line with other top QB contracts.
      Source: boston.com
    • Tom Brady gets $30 million to sign

      So much for less money. The new contract signed Monday by Pats quarterback Tom Brady pays him $27 million total over the final three years.  But he was paid $30 million as a bonus for applying his name to the dotted line at the bottom of the document. P…
    • Tom Brady's only comment comes on Facebook

      Tom Brady will retire a Patriot. The announcement was made Monday that the 35-year-old, three-time Super Bowl quarterback will stay in New England until the end of his career.
      Source: boston.com
    • Source: Brady's guarantees nearly doubled

      While Tom Brady's contract extension lowers his average base salary and creates significant salary-cap space for the Patriots, the quarterback also nearly doubled the guaranteed money owed him over the next five seasons, according to a league source.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • All eyes on details in Brady’s deal

      If the angel in Tom Brady’s new contract arises from the cap savings over the next two years, the devil resides squarely in the details. At a time when Brady is being heralded for taking less money via a three-year, $27 million extension, league insider
    • Teams, agents wonder about Brady deal

      When I first heard about Peter King’s report that the Patriots had signed quarterback Tom Brady to a three-year, $27 million extension, I assumed the deal was worth $27 million per year. It’s not.  For committing to the Patriots in the 2015, 2016, an
    • “Less money” for Brady in the future could get others to take “less money” now

      Tom Brady has taken one for the team.  Sort of.  Kind of. Not really. By taking ridiculously “less money” in the three new years that have been tacked onto the end of his existing contract, Brady has created the impression that, for the balance of h
  • Patriots react to Brady news

    Patriots players were quick to use social media on Monday to express their thoughts after news emerged that quarterback Tom Brady has agreed to a new contract.
    Source: boston.com

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