There are numerous things Tom Brady knows how to do well in his football career: Win Super Bowl rings and cash in on bonuses.
When Brady signed the the Buccaneers prior to the 2020 season, his contract included a ton of incentives that he has already cashed in on. The team has already shelled out $1.75 million to the future Hall of Famer as he earned $500,000 for making the postseason, $250,000 for beating the Washington Football Team, $500,000 for a win over the Saints, and a final $500,000 for last weekend’s NFC Championship victory.
There is just one more incentive for him to cash in on coming next weekend.
Tampa Bay will pay the 43-year-old an additional $500,000 if the team beats the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
If he does get the job done, the Bucs would have paid Tom Brady over $28 million in just his first season. That would be an awesome payoff if they can get a Super Bowl trophy in return.