Tom Brady would keep to build on his legacy – and his fortune – if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win the Super Bowl.
Brady cashed in on a $500,000 contract incentive when the Bucs beat the Green Bay Packers 31-26 on Sunday to win the NFC Championship Game, a source told ESPN. The star quarterback will make another $500,000 if the Bucs win Super Bowl LV, as indicated by the source.
Brady previously had collected $1.25 million in motivating forces during Tampa Bay’s postseason run – $500,000 for making it to the end of the season games, $250,000 for the Bucs’ special case succeed at Washington, and another $500,000 for last Sunday’s divisional season finisher win against the New Orleans Saints, as per the source.
With the victory Sunday in Green Bay, the 43-year-old Brady arrived at the Super Bowl for the tenth time in his celebrated profession. He joins Kurt Warner, Peyton Manning and Craig Morton as the lone quarterbacks to lead two separate establishments to a Super Bowl.
Brady, who won six Super Bowls and played in nine absolute with the New England Patriots, passed for 4,633 yards and 40 scores this season – his first with the Buccaneers. The three-time group MVP drove the Bucs to their first Super Bowl billet since their 2002 title season.
“It’s been fun just being here, and I had a great time in New England, as well,” Brady said Friday. “I’ve had a great 21 years. I’m a very blessed and lucky guy. The fact that I’m still playing football, for me, is a blessing.”