Not too long ago, Tom Brady announced his retirement from football after a long and incredibly successful career, but not long after that, the greatest QB of all time (I hate the guy, but there’s no denying he’s the best to ever do it), decided that he would un-retire to the dismay of Brady haters everywhere.
He’ll return for twenty-third NFL season this year, going back to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for what could actually be his final season. Or not. You just don’t know with this guy. When he eventually does retire, though, he will join Fox Sports as their lead analyst.
Brady is going to be calling games with Kevin Burkhardt, one of the current play-by-play broadcasters for the NFL, as soon as he finishes his playing career. He will also become an ambassador for the Fox Sports brand (whatever that means). Lachlan Murdoch, the CEO of Fox, welcomed Brady to his future position, saying, “We are delighted that Tom has committed to joining the Fox team and wish him all the best during this upcoming season.”
Brady responded, making sure it was known that he is still focused on his on-field career: