Tom Brady Net Worth In 2021: Everything To Know
According to reports from Celebrity Net Worth, Tom Brady’s net worth is $250 million. Recognized simply as the GOAT, Tom Brady’s net worth is a symbol of his elite status.
Since entering the league as the 199th overall pick in the 2000 NFL draft, he has proven the doubters wrong. Brady has earned three league MVP trophies in his twenty-year career, five Super Bowl MVPs, 14 Pro Bowl selections, and seven Super Bowl rings. Not bad for a player drafted in the sixth round.
So what is Tom Brady’s net worth in 2021?
Tom Brady’s Contracts Through the Years
Tom Brady has been widely known to take “team-friendly deals” to build talent around him. However, despite his ability to put money aside for the team’s betterment, he has made a good living for himself. It’s a credit to his insane work ethic and tenacity for success on and off the field.
To better understand Tom Brady’s net worth, let’s take a look at his contracts through the years:
Per reports from NBCSports Boston, as a sixth-round draft choice in the 2020 NFL draft, Brady signed a three-year deal worth $864,000 and a signing bonus of $38,400. In his rookie year, he made $193K. However, New England restructured Brady’s deal in August 2002 after taking the Patriots to their first Super Bowl win.
After taking the Patriots to their first Super Bowl victory, Brady inked a five-year deal worth $30.52 million with a signing bonus of $10 million. He also received incentives of $250,000 for AFC Championship wins, and Super Bowl wins. In addition, he would earn an extra $1 million due to his historic back-to-back Super Bowl wins in 2003 and 2004.
At the end of 2005, Brady had already won three Super Bowls for the New England Patriots. His football equivalent, Peyton Manning, had just signed a seven-year deal worth $98 million with $34 million guaranteed the year before.
In comparison, Tom Brady signed a six-year deal worth $60 million with a $14.5 million signing bonus and a $12 million roster bonus for 2006.
By 2010, Brady had been to four Super Bowls and won three of them, only coming up short in 2007 from a perfect season due to an insane circus helmet catch from David Tyree.
Brady signed a four-year extension worth $72 million with a record $48.5 million guaranteed. This was Brady’s largest deal to date and locked him in as a Patriot until the end of the 2014 season.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriot agreed to a three-year extension worth $27 million and $33 million in guaranteed money. New England designed the deal to create more cap space, so they could continue to build a team around Tom. He was coming off an MVP season.
Brady hoped the team-friendly deal would help resign Wes Welker, but Welker decided to test the free-agent market.
In March of 2016, Brady and the New England Patriots agreed to a two-year extension worth $41 million with $28 million guaranteed. The deal would keep Brady in New England through the 2019 season.
In 2019, Brady and the New England Patriots agreed to a one-year deal worth $23 million and $8 million guaranteed. In a contentious negotiation, Brady sought a multi-year deal but wasn’t granted one. Instead, Brady’s camp put in a clause restricting the New England Patriots from using a franchise or transition tag on him — making him eligible for free agency after the 2020 season.
A New Deal on a New Team
After 20 years as the New England Patriot’s most decorated quarterback, Tom Brady left New England as a free agent and headed south to Tampa Bay. He agreed to a two-year deal worth $50 million with an additional $9 million in incentives.
Tom Brady Endorsement Deals
According to reports from Yahoo! Finance, Tom Brady has many endorsement deals, including deals with:
- Molecule Mattresses
- IWC Schaffhausen
- Under Armour
- Aston Martin
- Sam Adams
- Upper Deck
Past endorsements include companies like Dunkin Donuts, Hershey, GAP, Glaceau Smartwater, Simmons Beautyrest, and many others. In total, he has earned $180 million from endorsement deals with Under Armour as the top endorsement. However, he owns a stake in Molecule Mattresses as part of his endorsement deal, which remains to be seen.
Real Estate Investments
Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen has made some lucrative real estate deals that add to their enormous $600 million combined net worth.
In 2009, they bought an undeveloped plot of land in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood for $9 million. Then, they spent an additional $20 million building a sprawling 14,000 square foot home for three years. Then, in 2014, they sold the home to Dr. Dre for $50 million.
That’s a $21 million return on investment in three years!
In 2018, Brady and Bündchen bought a 12th-floor unit in New York City for $25.5 million. They sold the unit two years later for $40 million, earning $14.5 million from the sale.
Also on the market is Tom and Gisele’s Massachusetts home that’s up for $33.9 million.
The Ultimate Power Couple
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are the ultimate power couple, with a combined net worth of over $600 million.
With Tom’s football future still in progress and his TB12 brand building steam, Tom’s net worth looks to continue to rise after his football career. TB12 seems to be Tom’s vision for the future with opportunities for major growth after he retires his jersey for good.
Tom Brady’s Net Worth in 2021
With a new Super Bowl ring, Tom Brady’s net worth in 2021 looks to keep rising as he rides off into the sunset of his career. One thing is certain, although Tom Brady could be worth as much as $350 million after his two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he left a lot on the table due to unselfish team-friendly deals.
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