Tom Brady, the 6 time champion of the Super Bowl, has officially moved from the Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is reportedly ‘Starting a new journey’.
According to CBC News, Tom Brady has officially moved from the Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The champion of six Super Bowls signed a two year long contract with Tampa following over 20 years with the Patriots.
Under this new deal, Brady is set to make $30 million for every season he plays. In a social media post, Brady thanked all those around him for the support as well as Tampa for the opportunity.
This new contract comes just a few days after his announcement on Twitter that he’d no longer be returning to Tampa.
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Tampa has been missing a quarterback that’s actually able to protect the football for a long time. Brady is expected to change that. The 43-year-old shows no signs of slowing down and went on to say that he’s excited about what the future holds in store for him.