No Talk of Extending Tom Brady after 2010 yet?


The New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady contract runs up after the 2010 season. There has been no discussion in extending his contract. If Brady gets hurt this season then it’s going to be very intriguing offseason to see what the Patriots do. You just can’t imagine the 3 time super bowl champion not in a New England Patriots uniform. The Patriots drafted the rocket armed quarterback from Oklahoma State Zac Robinson in the 7th round of the 2010 draft. They also have Brian Hoyer who saw time in the blowout win over the Titans 59-0. Brian Hoyer went 5/5 for 35 yards and also had a rushing touchdown. They also claimed former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Mike Teel off waivers. The Patriots only carried 2 quarterbacks last year which is usual. Hoyer beat out 3 other quarterbacks to be the backup. What I am getting at is the Patriots don’t really have a strong future at quarterback. Only carrying 2 quarterbacks doesn’t help either giving limited choices as who can be the future if Brady is gone. New England is too quiet now not look to extend Brady’s contract. If he hit’s the market he will be feasted upon. The Patriots can franchise tag him after this season but if it is a non-exclusive tag, I’m sure a team would give up two first round picks for him. The Patriots and Tom Brady seem distant as of now and if he becomes a free agents it could be like the Lebron James sweepstakes in the NBA.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. delmasdabeast says:

    Kraft says he wants to keep Brady in New England for a long long time. So I am guessing they want him for atleast 3 more years, thats a long long time in the NFL.

    1. KDog13 says:

      No talk or action has been reported yet…..seems a little to no action has taking place and they shouldn’t wait to late to start

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