Tom Brady Net worth
According To Uswhispers Tom Brady's net worth is a whopping $400 million, and it's only going to increase now that he's signed a hefty deal with Fox Sports to become a broadcaster after retirement. This is his own net worth, which excludes any earnings from his wife, Gisele Bundchen. The aggregate value of the two is approximately $600 million.
Brady got a three-year rookie contract worth $866,500 in June of 2000. Brady had won the starting job, led the Patriots to a Super Bowl victory, and been voted Super Bowl MVP before the contract was up. Brady signed a four-year agreement worth $29.6 million a year after earning his first ring.
From 2005 to Brady's next deal in 2010, the Patriots did not win a Super Bowl. Brady, on the other hand, earned two league MVP awards and was named Offensive Player of the Year twice during that span.
Every season, New England won double digit games, culminating in a perfect 16-0 regular season in 2007. Brady earned his richest contract in the NFL in September of 2010. To stay in New England, he agreed to a four-year, $72 million deal.
In 2011, the Patriots began an eight-year run of appearances in the AFC Championship Game. They appeared in five Super Bowls and won three of them. During that time, Brady won two additional Super Bowl MVP awards.
Brady agreed to restructure his $5.75 million contract to $950,000 in 2012. His roster bonus was converted to a signing bonus by the Patriots. This freed up $7.2 million in cap room in total. Brady signed a three-year, $27 million reworked contract the following year. The Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl in 2014. In 2016, Brady signed a new contract deal. This was a $41 million, two-year contract.