FOXBORO (CBS) – Tom Brady’s first year in Tampa Bay went so well that the Buccaneers appear ready to keep things going.

Brady signed a 2-year contract with the Bucs last offseason after two decades with the Patriots.

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According to reports on Saturday, Brady and the team are working on potentially extending the deal after one season.

Josina Anderson of ESPN reported that the sides are “getting closer” to reworking the contract.

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Brady, who turns 44 in August, has long said he hopes to play until at least 45 years old.

Jeff Howe of The Athletic described the contract talks as a “routine discussion for this time of year.”

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“Something could happen, but it doesn’t sound imminent,” Howe reported.

CBSBoston.com Staff