Published On: Sat, May 13th, 2017

Tom Brady Net Worth: How Much Rich Is Tom Brady?

Tom Brady Net Worth in 2017: $131 million

Tom Brady is an American football quarterback of the National football league for New England Patriots and his total net worth is about $131 million, he is one of the highest paid athletes in the world.


Brandy is one of the players who has won the five Super Bowls and he is only one who won these five by remaining In a same team.

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The American football quarterback was born on August 3, 1977 in San Mateo, California, first he admitted in Junípero Serra High School where he played football, basketball and his football quarterback is based on his football career, he joined the college in 1995 University of Michigan where he was the back of quarterback footballer.

When he came out from the college he earned a little famous and then he was selected in National football league by the New England Patriots, still currently he is playing for same leagues because according to him he feel happy to play for his NFL league.

He first selected in 2000 by NFL, after this he was called as Best draft selected in all time, he signed a contract for $231,500 but with the passage of time his income showed high jump as in 2005 his total salary was $12.0 million and in 2010 it was $72.0 million.

Tom is known as one of the leading players in the national football league for the patriots of England, he raised his contract for three years for $27 million and according to report, and Brady increased his signed contract in 2016 for two more years for $41.0 million.

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Brandy has said that he knows the American President Donald Trump from 16 years, it shows their friendships and according to Donald trump, he said during 2013 elections that brandy called him and said that he will vote for me.

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