While the notion about Tom Brady’s retirement remains a million dollar question, the seven time Super Bowl champion’s post-retirement plans are already on track, as Brady has just bagged a whopping 10-year, $375 million offer from Fox Sports as to be their lead NFL game analyst.
The monster deal that Fox wants to use to rope in the NFL legend is even more than the $293 million that Brady has earned from his salary and bonuses combined in his 22 years of professional career. It is also the largest contract in the history of sports broadcasting. Alongside being the No. 1 game analyst for Fox Sports, Brady is also expected to become the company ambassador, to aid in sponsorships and promotional activities.
The news was made public by Andrew Marchand, sports media columnist at New York Post on Twitter.
🚨NEWS: Tom Brady’s contract to call games for Fox Sports is for 10 years and $375 million, The Post has learned. https://t.co/WDcPjMYhYE
— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) May 10, 2022
Brady has already had a dramatic 2022. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback first announced his retirement on 1st of February, only to revert his decision six weeks later to play his 23rd NFL season.
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