Tom Brady announced earlier today that he was going to continue his football journey this upcoming season not with New England, but another team. And that other team happens to be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Brady, as most Patriots fans would contest, did not have a great season this past fall. In fact, his postseason completion percentage was his lowest total in 41 playoff games. He finished the regular season with 24 touchdowns, which matched his total from 2006 while throwing eight interceptions for just the fourth time in a single-season.
Spending $30 million per year on Brady would line his salary up with some of the top (and elite) quarterbacks in the NFL.