Tom Brady, Patriots Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

February 29, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady reportedly agreed to a two-year contract extension Monday that could keep Brady on the field well past his 40th birthday.  
ESPN's Adam Schefter and Dianna Marie Russini reported the news. The new deal will run through the 2019 season, though financial terms have not been disclosed at this time.
Brady, 38, threw for 4,770 yards and 36 touchdowns against seven interceptions in 2015. He led the Patriots to their fifth straight AFC Championship Game, earned a seventh consecutive Pro Bowl selection and paced all quarterbacks in touchdown passes for the fourth time.
Unfortunately for Brady, it wasn't all roses in 2015. He spent most of his preseason battling with the NFL league office regarding his involvement in the Deflategate scandal. Initially suspended for four games, Brady won his case on appeal despite the protestations of commissioner Roger Goodell. The NFL's appeal of that decision ...

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