Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers waves to fans at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, onSept 9, 2021.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has actually accepted sign up with Fox Sports as the broadcast network’s lead National Football League expert when his profession concludes, Fox Chief Executive Officer Lachlan Murdoch stated Tuesday.
“We are delighted that Tom has committed to joining the Fox team and wish him all the best during this upcoming season,” Murdoch said in a tweet. He likewise revealed the news throughout Fox’s revenues teleconference.
Brady reacted on Twitter, highlighting his playing days aren’t over yet.
Brady, who will turn 45 in August, has actually accepted a “long-term” handle Fox and will offer color commentary for video games called by lead play-by-play commentator Kevin Burkhardt,Fox said He has actually likewise accepted “serve as an ambassador for us, particularly with respect to client and promotional initiatives,” the business stated.
Brady briefly revealed his retirement previously this year just to alter his mind 40 days later on. He hasn’t stated the length of time he prepares to continue to play in the NFL. Brady has actually won 7 Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and Buccaneers.
Fox’s long time lead broadcasting duo of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman stated previously this year they were leaving the network to sign up with ESPN as the cable television network’s brand-new Monday Night Football television commentators.
There has actually been prevalent turnover amongst broadcasters this NFL offseason, with Al Michaels leaving NBC’s Sunday Night Football to call Amazon Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football video games, Mike Tirico, who left ESPN in 2016 for NBC, prospering Michaels, and Burkhardt changing Buck as Fox’s lead voice.
Disclosure: NBC Sports, which shares moms and dad NBCUniversal with CNBC, broadcasts NFL video games.
Clarification: This story has actually been upgraded to clarify that Mike Tirico left ESPN in 2016 for NBC.
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