A few months ago, the quarterback announced the end of his successful career in the NFL playing for the New England Pats and most recently with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; he wanted to get away from the sport and spend more time with his family. Today, it seems that everything takes a 180° turn.
It was Lachlan Murdoch, CEO of Fox, who confirmed that Tom Brady will be an analyst for Fox Sports when he decides to end (now) his career as a professional player in the NFL.
“[Brady] will not only call our biggest NFL games with Kevin Burkhardt, but he will also serve as an ambassador for us, particularly with respect to customer and promotional initiatives.”
Without further official details, the New York Post learned that Tom Brady will be an analyst for Fox Sports for a 10-year contract in exchange for $375 million dollars, a record figure in the history of sports broadcasting.
However, it is not yet known when Tom Brady will be an analyst for Fox Sports, since the same athlete excitedly announced the agreement, but leaving the moment in which it will happen up in the air, “Excited, but with many pending issues in the field with the Buccaneers.
“It is completely up to him when he decides to retire and move on to what will be an exciting and stellar television career. It is up to him to make that decision when he sees fit,” added the Fox CEO.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 10, 2022