TAMPA ― If Tom Brady fulfills his desire to play in the NFL until he is at least 45, it will be with the Bucs. One month after winning his seventh Super Bowl, Brady and the Bucs are working on a contract extension, as expected. It could be done sometime this week, but the two sides are believed to have a lot of work remaining because of the complexity of lowering Brady’s $28.4 million cap hit for 2021.
Emails from officials at public, taxpayer-funded universities and colleges can be released under Freedom of Information Act laws (Northwestern is a private institution). Knowing this, Mark Schlissel, president of the University of Michigan, and Rebecca Blank, chancellor at the University of Wisconsin, discussed how to communicate and handle messages without having them subject to public records laws, according to a story published Friday.
Hayden Winks takes a look at every NFL team's offseason situation and outlook for 2021 ahead of free agency and the NFL Draft. (Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports)