Tom Brady of the New England Patriots deceived us all when he announced his return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2022 NFL season. Despite the fact that he is returning to the league for one more season, retirement can’t be far away.
While Brady is moving into movie production and has his own line of TB12 products to sell, his post-football plans remain a mystery. Brady selling NFTs and remaining distant from the sport he loves would be strange.
While there were rumors that he may join the Dolphins’ executive team, Brady never ruled out the possibility of becoming an analyst or broadcaster. Fans of the Patriots who have yearned for Brady to join the broadcast booth can now have their fantasies fulfilled.
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Brady has finally decided on his post-football career, with FOX Sports confirming on an earnings call that he has a job lined up as an NFL commentator when he retires. After Joe Buck and Troy Aikman left for ESPN, Brady is expected to join FOX’s new top duo with Kevin Burkhardt. That’s one way to respond to CBS’ Tony Romo.
According to The New York Post’s Andrew Marchand reported that Brady’s contract with Fox Sports is for 10 years and $375 million.
FOX Sports: “Tom will not only call our biggest NFL games with Kevin Burkhardt, but will also serve as an ambassador for us, particularly with respect to client and promotional initiatives.”— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 10, 2022
Tom Brady, the former Patriots
quarterback, will join FOX as an analyst.
After their careers ended, elite quarterbacks of his generation took a variety of professions. While Brett Favre has generally avoided the spotlight, with the exception of a few radio appearances, Drew Brees has joined NBC as an analyst and Notre Dame broadcaster. Peyton Manning’s production company has a presence on ESPN.
In 2025, at Super Bowl LIX in New Orleans, Brady will (presumably) have the chance to call a Super Bowl. He almost missed out on calling the Super Bowl this year, which is also broadcast on FOX. FOX has an A+ replacement for Buck and Aikman if he’s a third as excellent a broadcaster as he was a quarterback.
While some former players find transitioning to the broadcast booth difficult, Brady appears to be affable and convivial enough to handle the shift without too much difficulty. Given Romo’s ratings success, bringing star quarterbacks out of retirement may be the formula for the future.
If Brady already has a career after football lined up like this, he might not be with the Buccaneers for much longer. After this announcement, Patriots fans who were worried about getting their Brady fix without him on the field no longer had to.
Brady’s biggest query, and arguably the most shocking truth, when he retired was straightforward.
What is he going to do next?
Brady has many interests outside of football, but it’s difficult to replace the game’s importance in his life. Brady’s move from the field to the booth would keep him close to the game while also allowing him to share his two-plus decades of experience with the viewers every week.
Of course, no one knows when that day will arrive, as the man who defied all previous longevity theory simply provided us a glimpse of what the world would be like after he’s no longer on the active roster. Brady then recognized he wasn’t ready to retire, and while he’s enthused about his post-playing plans, he’s not planning on looking ahead when his 23rd season approaches.
We were the ones that uncovered this information. The reader should be aware that we obtained this information from journalists and other online sources, as well as our correspondents and other jeanue sources.
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