From Mike Reiss, Brady altered his contract so Moss could fit in, heard on a lot of the sports shows how they were waiting for Tom to weigh in on this deal, guess this speaks volumes. Also suspect that this is Tom's way of putting his Imprimatur on this whole situation. The legend continues to grow.. http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2007/05/01/brady_deserves_a_tip_of_the_cap/ Quarterback Tom Brady has yet to publicly comment on the Patriots' acquisition of receiver Randy Moss, but his actions speak volumes. As part of the whirlwind process that brought Moss to New England, Brady provided a key assist. Because the Patriots had to acquire the original terms of Moss's contract as part of the trade with the Raiders, the team needed to clear salary cap space to absorb the $9.25 million figure that Moss was scheduled to earn. Enter Brady, who agreed to restructure his present contract that runs through 2010 to create the space. That allowed the Patriots to finalize the trade for Moss, who then tore up his old contract and signed a one-year, $3 million deal that could be worth up to $5 million in incentives. "Tom does what he can in order to win," said Don Yee, his agent. Brady's involvement with the Moss discussions was just one of the layers to a beat-the-clock process that began when the Patriots received permission from the Raiders to speak with Moss late Saturday night after the first three rounds of the draft.