Tom Brady to have contract adjusted with big incentives
10 Août, 2018, 01:15 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
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However, Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that the Patriots and Brady are expected to agree to add "performance-based incentives" to his current contract that would put him in the realm of the annual salary of numerous top-paid quarterbacks.
Brady, 41, signed a two-year, $41 million contract prior to last season.
Brady is now set to make $15 million, but will be given a variety of performance-based bonuses to bring him closer to the actual QB market. Ten other quarterbacks have a higher salary cap value than Brady, who is slated to earn $15 million in 2018.
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The contract incentives were purportedly added to bring Brady's potential compensation in line with other top-level National Football League quarterbacks.
Even with his salary likely to sit at roughly $20 million, Brady will be a bargain among quarterbacks of his calibre. He's only the 16th-highest-paid quarterback in the National Football League in terms of average annual value, per Over the Cap, but the incentives will bring him closer to his peers in the market.
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