Money Here’s How Much Tom Brady Will Make at the Super Bowl—Even If He Loses

05:35  05 february  2018
05:35  05 february  2018 Source:   Money

Report: Brady had stitches removed from throwing hand ahead of Super Bowl LII

  Report: Brady had stitches removed from throwing hand ahead of Super Bowl LII Report: Brady had stitches removed from throwing hand ahead of Super Bowl LIIBrady had an appointment earlier this week to remove the 12 stitches on his throwing hand, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Here ’ s How Much Tom Brady Will Make at the Super Bowl — Even If He Loses . To the surprise of almost no one, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is headed to Super Bowl LII in what will be his eighth Super Bowl appearance in 16 years.

Super Bowl Win Loss records are even worse. Look at 2013. Brady didn’t make the Super Bowl after making the AFCCG against Denver. I am saying if he made the Super Bowl in those years he was going to win. Hence 4-0 in Super Bowls , but he only made 4 in however many years he played.

Tom Brady standing on a stage© Kevin C. Cox—Getty Images

To the surprise of almost no one, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is headed to Super Bowl LII in what will be his eighth Super Bowl appearance in 16 years.

But how much will Brady make if the Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday?

Whether he takes home another Super Bowl ring or not, Brady will earn the exact same amount as the second-string punter of the Patriots. If that seems unfair, it’s the price NFL players pay for the other benefits that come from being in a union with each other.

NFL post-season pay is not dictated by players’ individual contracts. Instead, the players’ association and the NFL have worked out a fixed-income schedule for playoff teams. By this agreement, if the Patriots win the Super Bowl—as Las Vegas expects will happen—every player on the team will make $112,000. If the team loses the big game, Brady and the rest of the Patriots will earn $56,000 each.

Brady cuts radio spot short due to host's comments about his daughter

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1. Tom Brady , 1,000. Brady will make a nice chunk of change if he wins his sixth Super Bowl . | Even though Jimmy Garoppolo was traded to the 49ers mid-season, he will still reap the benefits of a Patriots’ Super Bowl win. Here ’ s how it works.

Tom Brady has 16 years between his first and last (or should I say most recent) Super Bowl . To still be able to get to the top after that long is ridiculous. And with some of the players he ’ s had?

Now, those payouts come with an asterisk. Because the Super Bowl is being played in Minneapolis, Brady and his teammates will have to pay Minnesota’s 9.85% income tax, which happens to be the second-highest in the country.

Ironically, that means Brady will make less than his former backup Jimmy Garoppolo, who was traded to the San Francisco 49ers earlier this season. As our colleagues at Sports Illustrated note, Garoppolo will earn the same amount as any other Patriots player since he’s played for the team in at least eight games this season. But because he won’t be making the trip to the Twin Cities, Garoppolo won’t have to pay Minnesota’s high income tax. (The only way he’d end up paying more is if he’s established residency in his new home state of California—the only state with a higher income tax).

Brady dismisses idea that Eagles are underdog

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Tom Brady won 4 Super Bowls because of a little less air in the ball….laughable at the least, more like ridiculous. Haley is already preparing for the day that Brady passes him for most Super Bowl rings.

Hello, Super Bowl : Underdog Eagles dominate Vikings 38-7 (213). Tom Brady : We did just enough to win (209). Like the person I quoted said, if you constantly hit ANY QB, and disrupt his timing, he will make mistakes, NOT JUST Brady .

And despite its massive ratings, the NFL’s post-season payouts are even less than what players earn in other sports, according to Spotrac.

The good news for Brady is that what he makes after the Super Bowl will be just a drop in the bucket compared to what the all-star quarterback makes in a single year. The future Hall of Famer has earned $197,166,804 total from his NFL career so far, according to Spotrac, a site that tracks athletes’ earnings. And Forbes values Brady’s endorsements with companies like Under Armour and UGG Boots at $8 million a year.

But the Super Bowl winnings will be much more significant to Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who’s only earning $4 million this year. A 3% bonus for winning the big game would be nothing to sneeze at.

Foles, Eagles knock off Brady, Patriots in Super Bowl LII .
Foles, Eagles knock off Brady, Patriots in Super Bowl LIIIn a record-setting shootout between Nick Foles and Tom Brady, the backup quarterback led a pressure-packed 75-yard drive to the winning touchdown, 11 yards to Zach Etrz with 2:21 to go Sunday night. Then a defense that had been shredded throughout the second half made two final stands to win 41-33.

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