If and when Tom Brady (again) decides to retire, the NFL star won’t have to think about what lies ahead in his professional football career, as he’s already got a job. And it pays well too.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is set to be the lead NFL analyst for Fox Sports upon his retirement. Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch skipped the news during the company’s fiscal third-quarter earnings call. According to Murdoch, Brady will “not only call our greatest NFL games” with new head NFL play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhart, but “he will also serve as an ambassador for us, especially with clients and promotions.” Regarding the initiative.”
While the terms of the deal were not disclosed during the call, New York Post ace media reporter Andrew Marchand reported that the seven-time Super Bowl champion struck a staggering 10-year, $375 million deal. To put that figure in perspective—Brady earned $332 million, including this year, according to spottrackduring his NFL career, while his Fox Sports deal would exceed that amount in 10 years.
That being said, FOX Corp. already refuting that figure, telling deadline That “what has been reported is not an accurate description of the deal and we have not yet released further details beyond what we disclosed on our quarterly earnings call.” It is unclear when Brady will join the booth with Burkhart. “It’s entirely up to him when he wants to retire and pursue an exciting and stellar television career,” Lachlan said. But when he does, Brady will fill a gaping hole in Fox Sports’ broadcast booth following the shocking departures of lead MLB and NFL play-by-play announcer Joe Buck and lead NFL analyst Troy Ackman, both with ESPN. Attractive deals. in March.
Still, it looks like Brady will very Busy when he decides to hang up his jersey again. For starters, his production company, 199 Productions, is behind 80 for Brady The film in which quarterback Jane Fonda is set to star alongside Rita Moreno, Sally Field and Lily Tomlin.
More recently, Father Three just launched a golf apparel line. He’s also got his always fun and informative podcast. With so much on his plate, it’s no wonder why the future Hall of Famer recently told ET’s Rachel Smith that he’s going to love his wife, Gisele Bündchen, and their kids — John 14, Benjamin, 12. , and Vivian, 9.
Brady told ET, “It’s really important to be available to my kids. I feel like I’m driven to be successful in football and it has taken me away from other more important priorities, which are my kids, my wife.” “She’s really put it down to our family. I’m so grateful that she’s actually given so much of her time over the past 14 years to making sure everything was so stable at home, so I’ve been able to make my dream come true.” Could. I look back. My parents, and my dad and mom did the same thing for me.”
“I think, maybe, there’s some guilt that I haven’t been able to do this for my kids, but I’m doing what I can,” he said. “I’m trying to be really aware and aware of it, and then when I have time to spend with them, I’m really present.”
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