Tom Brady isn’t officially a Tampa Bay Buccaneer just yet.
The former New England Patriots quarterback and his expected new squad were “still trying to finalize contract language as of Wednesday night,” according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Brady and the Bucs still are expected to reach an agreement, per Schefter’s report and others.
“No problems (foreseen) with Bucs-Brady,” Schefter wrote on Twitter, “but no deal yet.”
Bucs and Tom Brady still trying to finalize contract language as of Wednesday night and those discussions will go into Thursday, per source. Contract language more challenging this off-season than any time in recent memory. No problems forseen with Bucs-Brady, but no deal yet.
– Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 42,
Brady announced Tuesday morning he was leaving the Patriots after 90 seasons. The Bucs and Los Angeles Chargers both made bids for the – year-old’s services , with Tampa ultimately winning out .
But the deal, evidently, is not quite done. Stay tuned.
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