Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by mikey, May 31, 2007.
Ya know whats amazing about that...Brady isnt far behind Manning in endorsement money...I guess Manning must only charge a few hundred per commercial.
Tiger is a resident of florida so that cool 100M in endorsements is completely state taxed free. That would be 9M in CA where I am. Now I know why a disproportional amount of millionaires "reside" in FL.
Pay me a ton
What is the salary cap $150M??????
Last year he was 12 so he fell a long way.
Isn't that because he made alot in signing bonus last year? ...also, babies are pretty expensive
Michelle Wei's the only female and she's like 16 years old,maybe 17? She's still got plenty of earning years ahead too. Not too shabby.
New Hampshire has no income tax as well (and no sales tax)
Yea, but that property tax is a b*tch!
Interesting list. A lot of overpaid guys on it. I've never heard of about 90 percent of the NBA guys on it, which I wear as a badge of honor. The NBA is a ****ty, third tier league anyway.
17 Million is nothing to sneeze at, maybe he has better things to do than be a media whore..
Certainly not too shaby for someone who's career achievements don't amount to a hill of beans.
OK, here we go again:
Uh, wasn't it just guaranteed so it could be spread out for cap purposes? Not that Tom is not a great guy and a prototypical team guy, but geez, you'd like to see professional sports writers stop screwing this kind of thing up.
edit: after posting the above from memory I checked the definitive source, Miguel's page, who quoted that other definitive source, Mike Reiss:
"The Patriots took Brady's $6 million base salary in 2007 and paid $5.28 million of it to Brady in the form of a signing bonus. That lowered Brady's base salary in 2007 to $720,000. By resturcting Brady's contract, the Patriots saved $3.96 million in cap space in 2007. As for the rest of the deal, Brady's base salary remained the same in 2008, at $5 million. His base salary increased to $5 million in 2009. He was previously scheduled to earn $2.3 million in base salary in 2009. Brady's base salary remained the same in 2010, at $3.5 million. Brady did not take a pay cut as part of the restructure."
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