NFL Star Tom Brady to Sign $30M/Yr. Contract With Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFL Star Tom Brady to Sign $30M/Yr. Contract With Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFL Star Tom Brady to Sign $30M/Yr. Contract With Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Brady leaves New England with a 23-12 record against the Dolphins; the 12 losses is three times more than any other National Football League team not named the New York Jets (who beat him 7 times) or the Denver Broncos (9 total wins against the Patriots - 3 in the postseason) has provided during Brady's reign over the AFC East.

On Tuesday morning, Brady made it official that he was leaving New England, offering a social media sendoff titled "FOREVER A PATRIOT" where he thanked everyone for his time with the franchise.

Wednesday on ESPN's "Get Up!"

Evangeline Lilly won't self-quarantine, values 'freedom' over her life
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With that, let's take a look now at all the QBs to start a game for the Bucs since that championship season as we prepare for the start of the Brady era in Tampa Bay.

"Source tells me Tom Brady, Derek Jeter, Bill Gates & Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik had dinner Sunday night at Bern's Steakhouse in Tampa", wrote NFL Network reporter Scott Hanson. Every single team in the AFC East right now thinks they have a chance of winning and that is not the case back in the day. Brady may have given other teams the same proposal, but the finalists came down to the Chargers and Buccaneers. A heartfelt montage with Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" accompanying it.

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