Tom Brady has Revealed What he Will do When he Retires
In the future, the best quarterback in NFL history will be attempting it to become the single greatest announcer guy in NFL history.
Upon his retirement from football, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers legend Tom Brady will join Fox Sports as a pundit.
The CEO of Fox Corporation, Lachlan Murdoch, said on the business’s post-earnings conference Tuesday morning that Tom would act as an ambassador for the company, especially with regard to potential client and promotional efforts, during the length of this long-term deal with Kevin Burkhardt.
Many long-time NFL broadcasters have recently moved networks, and the news of Brady joining Fox comes at a good moment.
ESPN announced in March that “Monday Night Football” hosts Joe Buck and Troy Aikman would be moving from Fox to ESPN.
As of next season, Prime Video will have exclusive access to “Thursday Night Football” coverage, which will be hosted by Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit. In order to take on the new job, Michaels will step down from his current position as host of “Sunday Night Football”.
Fox Sports’ acquisition of Brady is a major coup. In the world of sports and entertainment, the quarterback is a household name. New viewers should tune in based on his name alone.
Of course, there’s no telling when Brady will also join Fox Sports. As of March, the quarterback has announced that he will be returning to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the next season.
As of August, Brady, who will be 45, has spent 22 seasons in the NFL.