Tom Brady’s net worth in 2023

Tom Brady, arguably the greatest quarterback of all time, forfeited a bonkers deal with FOX Sports to return for one more NFL season. Despite this, Tom Brady's net worth in 2023 is estimated to be $300 million.

Brady's return led to an ultimatum from wife Gisele Bündchen about their marriage, which unfortunately resulted in a divorce. Now Brady has retired “for good” after his 2022 season,

 which wasn't the most illustrious way to go out given the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' struggles.

Still, it was truly an incredible career that resulted in seven Super Bowl wins between the Buccaneers and New England Patriots. Now, let's look at Tom Brady's net worth in 2023.

Tom Brady's net worth is a whopping $300 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. That number was due to grow after signing an insanely massive deal with to be a broadcaster following retirement,

but Brady returned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2022 season. With Brady retiring again now, we'll see if he follows through on this deal and adds even more to this net worth.

This is his lone net worth and does not include money made by money made by Gisele Bündchen, his ex-wife. The two combined are estimated to be worth nearly $700 million.

All of this was an unlikely outcome when he was drafted 199th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft. The New England Patriots added the Michigan product to back up Drew Bledsoe, and the rest is history.

In June of 2000, Brady signed a three-year rookie deal worth $866,500. Before the contract was done, Brady had won the starting job, led the Patriots to a Super Bowl title,

and was named Super Bowl MVP. One year after winning his first ring, Brady signed a four-year extension worth $29.6 million.

This contract was rewarded once again by Brady. From 2002-04, Brady led the Patriots to a 37-11 record. New England won back-to-back Super Bowl championships and Brady was named Super Bowl MVP once again.

This was when the dynasty was solidified and Brady began writing his name in the history books. Brady signed another four-year contract in 2005. This one was worth $42.8 million.

Surprisingly, the Patriots did not win a Super Bowl from 2005 to Brady's next contract in 2010.

 However, during that time Brady won two league MVPs and was named Offensive Player of the Year twice.

 New England won double-digit games in every season and finished the 2007 season with a perfect 16-0 regular season.

 New England won double-digit games in every season and finished the 2007 season with a perfect 16-0 regular season.


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