Greenberg works directly with General Manager Jason Licht on all aspects of the salary cap, contract negotiations, compliance with the NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement, as well as the club’s financial and strategic planning. He also oversees budgeting for all football operations, including the coaching, scouting, video, athletic training, equipment, groundskeeping, strength and conditioning and player development departments.
During the 2020 offseason, Greenberg was vital in negotiating six-time Super Bowl winning quarterback, Tom Brady’s two-year contract. He also oversaw the re-signings of Jason Pierre-Paul and Ndamukong Suh. He was also listed on The Athletic’s “NFL 40 Under 40: The rising stars shaping the direction of the NFL.”
In his role as Director of Football Administration, Greenberg has overseen long-term contract extensions for linebacker Lavonte David and wide receiver Mike Evans, each of whom have earned Pro Bowl honors during their time with Tampa Bay. Greenberg has also worked on extensions for offensive linemen Ali Marpet and Donovan Smith, both of whom have been starters since joining the team in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Here’s an in-depth article on Greenberg, also corroborates in the signing of Brady: link
Greenberg is the money guy. Even Licht praises Greenberg being the money. It’s nice to give kudos to Greenberg.
But then again, you’d have to have the capacity to incorporate depth and nuance in one’s mind. Oh well, could only lead a horse to water.
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