Tom Brady Buccaneers Reworking Contract

If you haven’t heard by now, Tom Brady can still play. Currently, Tom Brady Buccaneers reworking contract deal is the latest news in the NFL.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl. This after his team defeated the Kansas City Chiefs on Super Bowl Sunday. Can he do it again in 2022? There was some speculation about whether the future Hall of Famer would retire if he won his seventh ring. However, Brady put the rumors to rest following the win, telling Jim Nantz during the Lombardi trophy celebration Sunday night, “We’re coming back. You already know that!”

Brady will likely have most of his offensive weapons back as well, with tight end Rob Gronkowski, wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Leonard Fournette, who were recruited by Brady, expressing their desire to run it back.

“Yeah, I’ll remain unretired,” Gronkowski said. “I definitely see myself coming back. Just the guys around here, the players around here, the coaches, the people in the front office, they’re all just great people and I love working with them all year long. I’m obviously going to soak this in and see where I’m at in a couple weeks, but I don’t see why not. I don’t see why I won’t be back.”

Tampa Bay Tom Brady Buccaneers Reworking Contract As Per Sources

Tom Brady Buccaneers Reworking Contract

Brown, who joined the team after missing most of last season, called Brady a “big brother” and credits him for helping change his perspective. Brady Brown connection?

“I would love to be to be back here next year. It would mean everything to be back,” Brown said. “I’m just excited … super grateful. I’m ready to go. … This is a great spot for me, and I would love to come back and give it another shot at a two-peat.”

“You’ve gotta give Jason Licht a ton of credit for this football team,” Arians said. “He put a great roster together. Picking up those guys and still staying cap-friendly. We’ve got a very limited time to get into free agency, and we’ll try to keep our guys, that’s for sure.”

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