After winning his seventh ring Super Bowl, this time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Kansas City Chiefs, Tom Brady prepares to face his last year of contract with the Florida team, which he signed in exchange for 50 million dollars
Nevertheless, Jason Light, general manager of the Bucs, hinted at the possibility of expanding the bond with the quarterback.
“It’s a possibility. It certainly didn’t seem like it slowed down this year. So that’s a possibility and we’ll have to see how it works,” he revealed. light on the Rich Eisen Show.
In addition, the director of Tampa Bay assured that Brady He is happy with the team, so he does not rule out that he will stay for a few more years.
“Talked with Tom often. I’ll probably keep that a secret for now, but like I said, it seems like she really had a good time this year winning the Super Bowl and he likes our organization, he likes our coaches, he likes our head coach, the property and we certainly love him. So usually when you have those two things at stake, it’s a match made in heaven. So we would like this to go ahead, “he said. Jason Light.
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