Tom Brady Signs Huge Contract to be Fox Sports Analyst

the future of Tom Brady was defined this Tuesday with an announcement from the chain Fox Sportswhich announced that when Brady decides to retire, now definitely, the 7-time Super Bowl champion he will remain one of the main faces of the NFL, but now as an analyst.

Lachlan Murdoch, CEO of the chain, announced the signing of what many consider to be the best quarterback in the history of the league. In his announcement, Lachlan declared the next:

We are pleased to announce that immediately after the end of his playing career, 7-time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady will join Fox Sports as our lead analyst. During this long-term deal, Tom will not only commentate on major NFL games alongside Kevin Burkhardt, but will serve as our ambassador, particularly on customer and promotional initiatives.

Brady has stood out for his career on the court, but the 44-year-old veteran has also triumphed off it, reporting income from more than 300 million Dollars, figure that will exceed with his analyst contract with Fox.

As reported by the NY PostBrady’s contract breaks records in television booths, duplicating the previous brand what had Tony Romowho signed for 180 million for 10 more years in the chain CBS.

For the same 10 years, the three-time MVP in the league will be receiving from Fox 375 million Dollarsa figure that exceeds what Brady has accumulated in his career of more than 20 years, both with the buccaneers as with the patriots.

We are delighted that Tom has agreed to join the Fox team and we wish him well for the upcoming season.

Bradywho announced his retirement in February and regretted it a month later, thanked the network for the opportunity, but also left the door open to what the change from the grill to the cabin is not in the near future.

The Tampa Bay quarterback will join Kevin Burkhardt in a duo that will replace the iconic couple between Troy Aikmanformer quarterback of the Cowboysy Joe Buckwho after 20 years being the voice of the league on the American network, will leave their place to now narrate the Monday Night Football In the chain ESPN starting this season, leaving everything ready for the arrival of Brady when he finally decides his future.

(With information from Clear Brand)



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