Sports Report: Raiders prepared to offer Tom Brady two-year, $60 million contract

07:45  15 february  2020
07:45  15 february  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Report: Patriots consider Chargers their only real threat to sign Tom Brady

  Report: Patriots consider Chargers their only real threat to sign Tom Brady There have been other teams mentioned as potential players in the Brady sweepstakes, but are any of them realistic options? There has been a lot of buzz about Brady potentially becoming the face of the Raiders in their new Las Vegas stadium, but Bedard does not see Brady wanting to start fresh in Jon Gruden’s offense with “all that verbiage.” The Titans have also been mentioned in connection with Brady, but Brady reportedly told some of his teammates during the Patriots’ joint practices with Tennessee that he thought the Titans’ offensive system was “laughable.

Of course, two years and $ 60 million is a lot to give a quarterback who could lose his fastball and battle with Father Time at any moment. [RELATED: AB won't close door on Raiders return]. The smart money is on Brady returning to New England, Derek Carr being the starter in Las Vegas and Gruden

I’m told 🏈Las Vegas is prepared to offer @ TomBrady $ 60 million over 2 years . Maybe there was something to that very public meeting between Brady and Raiders owner Mark Davis in Vegas last month. For what it’s worth, a separate report from NFL Media’s Mike Giardi indicated Brady ’s not

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The Las Vegas Raiders have been rumored to be interested in  Tom Brady, and a report emerged indicating they may pay handsomely to land the future Hall of Fame quarterback.

Veteran NFL reporter Larry Fitzgerald Sr., the father of the Arizona Cardinals receiver, provided this interesting nugget on Friday:

Now, $30 million a year isn’t exactly top dollar these days, and there are reports that $40 million a year could soon be reached for another top QB.

Report: Patriots willing to pay Brady over $30M per year to stay

  Report: Patriots willing to pay Brady over $30M per year to stay The New England Patriots intend to retain Tom Brady for the 2020 season and appear ready to pay a hefty price to do so. The Patriots are willing to pay the impending free-agent quarterback in excess of $30 million per year to keep him in New England, sources told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Brady is expected to have options when the new league year begins, however. The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders are reportedly expected to make pitches for the 42-year-old if he elects to leave the Patriots.The six-time Super Bowl champion has spent his entire 20-year career with the Patriots, but he may be open to playing for another franchise.

Tom Brady sacrificed at least $ 60 million in his career with discounted contracts for the Patriots. The New England Patriots have ruled the NFL for two decades in a way no other team in league history ever has. A big part of that has been finding a legendary quarterback in Tom Brady , who not only has

Quarterback Tom Brady has agreed to a two - year contract extension with the New England Patriots, according to ESPN Insider Adam Schefter. The deal gives Brady a raise for 2019, going from a million salary to million . NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport noted that Brady will increasingly

But there’s more than just a lot of money for Brady in Vegas, if he should choose to play for Jon Gruden and Co. We dove into some of that recently, and the gist of it is that it’s not unfathomable to envision Rob Gronkowski coming out of retirement to join Brady in Vegas for the 2020 campaign.

There’s a lot of smoke about Brady to the Raiders right now, regardless of anything Gronk may do. Given the team’s move to Vegas just happened and the Raiders would love to break in their shiny new stadium with a legendary season, we’re not ruling it out, to be sure.

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