Tom Brady Allegedly Attempted To Secure ‘TB X TB’ Trademark After Signing A Two-year Deal Worth $50 Million
- American footballer Tom Brady signed a $50 million two-year deal with Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- Brady tried yet another time to secure the ‘TB X TB’ trademark.
- He plans to apply for his trademark in his jerseys, sweatshirts, and sleepwear.
- Previously, he tried to secure the trademark ‘Tom Terrific, ‘ which was a big fail.
Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr., aka Tom Brady, submits new documents for his new trademark ‘TB X TB’ shortly after switching teams and joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as their quarterback.
According to various sources, he applied for the trademark last week. In his application, he stated that the ‘TB X TB’ phrase would be used in his merchandise like jerseys, sleepwear, and sweatshirts.
In the past, Brady had filed for his own trademark ‘Tom Terrific’ (associated with New York Mets’ legend Tom Seaver), for which he was criticized a lot by almost everyone. When later asked, Tom said that he filed the application just to prevent people from calling him the nickname, which he hates.
Did You Know? NBA player LeBron James tried and failed to trademark ‘Taco Tuesday’ recently.
Tom signed a two-year contract deal worth $50 million with Tampa Bay Buccaneers on 20th March 2020. The contract was fully guaranteed money, with about $4.5 million (each year) in incentives.
Additional Fact: His deal with Tampa Bay consist of no-trade and a no-tag clause.
How Much Is The Net Of Brady?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Brady is estimated at around $180 million with an annual salary of $30 million as of March 2020. The 43-year-old footballer amassed his multi-million-dollar fortune from his successful football career.
Following his college graduation, Tom was selected by the New Englan Patriots with the 199th overall pick in the sixth round of 2000 NFL Draft. He played for the team for almost a decade from 2000 to 2019.
He was recently signed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as their quarterback. As per sources, by the time his deal with Tampa Bay ends, Brady will pocket a minimum of $20 million in salary and $140 million from endorsement deals.