Former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still a free agent, unfortunately for Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.

Although the two sides have reportedly reached an agreement on a free agent contract that would allow Brady to make the move from New England to Tampa Bay, the Buccaneers have yet to officially lock the future Hall of Fame signal-caller into his new deal.

According to a report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, Brady and the Buccaneers have yet to formally finalize his contract with the NFC South franchise.

“Bucs and Tom Brady still trying to finalize contract language as of Wednesday night and those discussions will go into Thursday, per source,” Schefter wrote on Wednesday evening. “Contract language more challenging this off-season than any time in recent memory. No problems forseen with Bucs-Brady, but no deal yet.”

Although this deal has yet to officially come into fruition, Brady is currently expected to earn approximately $30 million per year as a member of the Buccaneers.

While money did not seem to be an issue for Brady this offseason — as he definitely had a few options including the Patriots — the Buccaneers quickly pounced on the opportunity to land the living legend.

It is also worth noting that Brady has never been an unrestricted free agent in his NFL career before this offseason. Even after spending over two decades in New England, this whole process is still pretty new to the longtime Patriots signal caller.