During a recent chat with People, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and ageless wonder Tom Brady explained that he would like to “continue to educate people in different ways to take care of themselves- themselves so they can keep doing the things they love” as part of his next career. whenever he decides to commit to retirement as an active player.
That was, of course, before Tuesday morning’s announcement that Brady would join Fox Sports as a senior NFL analyst. He will call the matches alongside Kevin Burkhardt after the 44-year-old retired from the competition for good.
Later in the day, Andrew Marchand of the New York Post provided more information and explained that the seven-time Super Bowl champion had penned a 10-year contract worth $375 million. Marchand notes that Brady’s contract more than doubles what Tony Romo received from CBS and what Troy Aikman earned for making the jump to ESPN.
Fox Sports declined to comment when asked about Brady’s deal, but Marchand reports the caller will also serve as “a company ambassador who will assist with sponsorships and promotional activities” outside of his obligations on match day.
As Mike Florio noted for Pro Football Talk, Brady’s contract with the Buccaneers expires after the upcoming season, and he has yet to confirm his plans for the 2023 campaign. millions and millions of reasons to go sunset in January or, as he would probably prefer, as an eight-time champion in February.