Tom BradyAfter his playing career ends, he will join Fox Sports to be its lead NFL analyst.
The news was announced Tuesday by Fox CEO Lachlan Murphy during an earnings call. The seven-time Super Bowl winner quarterback will be calling games along with lead play-by–play announcer Kevin Burkhardt. He will also serve as an “ambassador” to Fox, focusing on client and promotional initiatives.
Murdoch expressed delight that Tom had committed to joining Fox and wished him every success during the next season.
Brady tweeted that while he is thrilled to be joining Fox, he also noted that he still had “unfinished business” as an athlete.
Excited, but there is still a lot to do on the field with the @Buccaneers #LFG https://t.co/FwKlQp02Hi
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 10, 2022
Brady, 44, temporarily retired from the NFL earlier in the offseason, but announced last month that his decision had been changed and that he will be returning to the team. Tampa Bay BuccaneersFor the season 2022.
Brady leads the NFL in career passing yards (84520) and touchdown passes (624). He also led the league with a career high 5,316 passing yards in his second season with Buccaneers.