Tom Brady | The NFL is a hot topic right now because of the first game against Germany. But how much money do the Seahawks and Buccaneers’ best players make in real life, particularly Tom Brady?

The American Football League‘s inaugural matchup on German soil will take place on Sunday. November 13 between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks at the Allianz Arena in Munich. Of course, everyone is speculating about the star players on both sides before the game.

However. Although Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (45) has long been well-known off the field. Other players sometimes go unnoticed. Despite the fact that some of them get more money from the teams than the legendary Brady!

The highest-paid player on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is not Tom Brady.

Payroll information for NFL players is publicly available on Spotrac. This demonstrates that Brady is not the team’s highest-paid player for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but rather his teammate Donovan Smith (29). He receives a basic pay from the team of just under $15.7 million as an offensive lineman. Which is a lot when contrasted to quarterback Tom Brady.

Who earns “only” little under $1.1 million. The base pay is delivered to the players over the course of the contract rather than being paid to them annually or seasonally. The so-called “signing bonus” that players are given after a contract is signed is another crucial consideration when examining the wage.

Tom Brady, an NFL great, earns millions from endorsement agreements

Tom Brady got an amazing 10.7 million, compared to Smith’s 2.6 million. Therefore, Smith received roughly $18.3 million total from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while Brady received far less, at about 11.8 million. However, given that he has one of the most recognizable faces in the game, both domestically and globally.

He earns a significant amount more from endorsement deals and other collaborations. For instance, he inked a ten-year deal with US broadcaster Fox Sports, where he was lavishly compensated with 375 million dollars for his expertise in football.