NFL: Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers apparently agree on contractual structuring

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Star Quarterback Tom Brady have agreed to a restructuring of Brady’s Treaty, according to Adam Schefter von espn. This is intended to bring the BUCS relief in Salary Cap.

Due to the new contract, the Super Bowl Champion of the 2020 season is around nine million dollars at new Cap Space. Brady’s contract continues to run until 2023 even after the restructuring, which continues to be a free agent following the next season.

Before restructuring, Tampa Bay had only a few less than $ 4.4 million with Cap Space and thus barely leeway to further improve the squad. Tampa Bay also needs about three million dollars to equip their picks of the upcoming draft with contracts.

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Due to the restructuring, Tampa wins a bit of flexibility and could also make your own free agent such as tight end Rob Gronkowski and defensive Tackle Ndamukg SUH a new offer.