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    Re: Top 6 highest paid QBs missed playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Culex View Post
    Brady gets like 14m a year. He has prioritized his legacy over finances.
    Absolutely the biggest misconception going, and Brady and the Kraft family loves you for maintaining it. Brady is paid as the best qb in the league. The way they do it is give him free rent at Patriot place to run his clinic and have the players go there for treatment. He makes a lot more doing that the Kraft's skirt the salary cap and not to have to pay him money outside what they normally do for player medical stuff. When you think about the Patriots and Kraft family it is all about the money. And the real money is very important to them and their cap management is all about the family making and keeping money.





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    Re: Top 6 highest paid QBs missed playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Rygar64 View Post
    This has to be one of the biggest con jobs in all of sports. That might be his "salary" or what he's on the cap for. And yes, he has traditionally signed below market deals with a lot of creative maneuvering. But people act like the guy is some saint because his numbers always appear low when compared to other contracts at the time. The truth is, he's made north of $210,000,000 over his career. And the Pats use every contract structuring trick at their disposal year in and year out. Brady can be given some credit for never demanding to be highest paid even when he had leverage...i'd like to see what kind of "relationship" he has with the Pats once he's done playing though, I've always suspected some wink/nod ownership things might be in play.

    Joe has made $147,000,000 in his 11 years.
    In the the same 11 years since 2008, Brady made $154,000,000.
    See above, plus you are not wrong in their cap manipulation tricks. Real money is very very important to the Kraft family.





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    Re: Top 6 highest paid QBs missed playoffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenblue View Post
    Brady isn't the main breadwinner in his family... You can bet if he wasn't married to an international Supermodel (not jealous, nuh uh) who's raking it in, he'd be paid his true value.

    Aren't the Pats a major client of one of his businesses too? Pretty sure there's some kind of cap manipulation going on there.
    Their money is separate. His email even indicated that.





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