2010 NFL Week 1 Lines & NFL Predictions: Can anyone ever imagine quarterback Tom Brady ever playing somewhere other than in New England? According to reports, Patriots fans done have to, as it appears the former league’s Most Valuable Player and his team are very close to reaching an agreement on a contract extension for the 33-year-old signal-caller.
This week, as the New England Patriots [-4 ½] prepare to open their 2010 NFL Week 1 Lines & NFL Predictions at home against the Cincinnati Bengals [+4½], Brady admitted he felt "pretty uncomfortable" discussing the reports pertaining to his contract extension.
According to Brady, it would be “selfish” of him to discuss anything that’s not related to his 2010 NFL Week 1 Lines & NFL Predictions matchup against the Bengals.
"I'm preparing to go out here and have a good weekend," said Brady, who is in the final year of his current contract. "Nothing else matters to me. … That's the God's honest truth. … My home's in Boston."
This season, Brady is expected to make $6.5 million and the extension would begin after the season is done. Reports indicate that Brady has been offered a 3-year deal worth about $58 million. An agreement is expected to be reached before the Pats take on the Bengals in the season opener.
Brady hopes that another guy will join him in reaching a peaceful contractual resolution, as his favorite target has taken his issues public. "I would love that. (But) it's not my decision," Brady said of Randy Moss. "This is something that's out of other players' control. Randy is important, was important and will be important. … I love Randy and would love to play with him for a long time."
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