Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Gronkowski Re-Retires, But Can He Resist Another Brady Invite?

Gronkowski has earned $70M through his NFL contracts, but reportedly hasn’t spent any of it, choosing to live off endorsements.

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The Billion-Dollar Spending Spree for NFL TV Talent

Over the last 27 months, networks that broadcast the NFL have thrown $1 billion at talent like Tom Brady, Troy Aikman and Tony Romo. We take a closer look at the Broadcast Big Bang.

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U.S. Investors Taking Over Premier League Soccer

Next season could mark the first time that half of the English Premier League’s top 20 teams are backed by U.S. money.

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Tom Brady Executive Producing, Participating in Netflix Roast Program

Brady’s 199 Productions is behind the new series premiering in 2023 — and the legend himself will be the subject of the first roast.

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Tom Brady Lands Richest TV Deal in History With Fox

Once he hangs up his cleats for good, Tom Brady will step into the richest contract in sports TV history as the No. 1 game analyst for Fox Sports.

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Auction House Voids $519,000 Sale of Tom Brady’s ‘Last’ TD Ball

After the seven-time Super Bowl winner unretired, the value of the ball dropped dramatically.

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Tom Brady Nearly Joined Dolphins as Player-Owner

Tom Brady was reportedly close to joining the Miami Dolphins as a player and owner. The deal was dropped following a lawsuit against the team.

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Tampa Bay Trusts Todd Bowles To Win Even After Brady

The Buccaneers signed Bowles to a five-year contract following Bruce Arians’ retirement from coaching. Bowles was previously the head coach of the Jets from 2015-18.

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Buccaneers Bring Back Leonard Fournette for 3 Years, $21M

Fournette was a key piece in Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl LV run. The Bucs also recently signed wide receivers Chris Godwin and Russell Gage to three-year deals.

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Bucs Face Cap, FA Decisions In Wake of Brady’s Return

The Bucs currently carry the league’s seventh-highest cap ($209M) — $3.2M over the limit. Brady’s offensive line isn’t locked in after allowing the fewest sacks in the NFL (23).

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