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Tom Brady will be Fox Sports analyst once he’s gone for good

Legendary Quarterback tom bradyLasted only 40 days in retirement, later to announce his return to the NFL gridiron. Tampa Bay…

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Legendary Quarterback tom bradyLasted only 40 days in retirement, later to announce his return to the NFL gridiron. Tampa Bay Buccaneersand its title 8 . go behind super bowlIn the twenty-third of his professional career.

On the other hand, this Tuesday, Brady has already defined the next stage of his career, joining the television network once he decides to permanently retire from American football. Fox Sportsas Chief Analyst.

New York Post’s Andrew Marchand reveals Brady will have a contract with Fox Sports 10 years in exchange for $375 millionTo give his analysis on the main games of the season in the NFL.

he confirms himself

It was through his official Twitter account, where Tom Brady confirmed the deal with Fox Sports, although he made it clear that for now, his priority is to find success again with the Buccaneers.

,Excited, but there’s a lot of unfinished work on the field with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers”, wrote the historic quarterback.

Tom Brady will enter the next season, just 45 years old, with his third season in the ‘Bucks’, where he had already won the Super Bowl in his first year in the 2020/2021 season.

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Last season he finished first in passing yards with 5,316, first in touchdowns with 43, and second in passer ratings with a 67.5 percent completion rate, second in most player voting. The season’s valuable, so his level is off in the fall, making it all the more difficult to know when he’ll decide to hang up the boots for good.

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