At 44 years old, he had a fantastic 2021 season wherein he finished with 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns.
He also finished second to Aaron Rodgers in the race for Most Valuable Player.
Brady also added a number of product endorsements to his extensive clientele, including Hertz and FTX.
Aside from those developments, Andrew Brandt added a few more in what has been a busy offseason for the seven-time Super Bowl winner.
So this offseason Tom Brady has:
signed a ten-year deal with Fox, and
been implicated in tampering charges with the Dolphins for the past three years.
— Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) August 2, 2022
Brandt tweeted, “So this offseason Tom Brady has: retired, unretired, signed a ten-year deal with Fox, and been implicated in tampering charges with the Dolphins for the past three years.
His conversations with the Dolphins are now the central piece for the team’s tampering violations.
In the end, team owner Stephen M. Ross was barred from any team activity and was fined $1.5 million.
Aside from the tampering charges, Brady also ended his 40-day retirement which somehow coincided with Todd Bowles taking over as head coach.
Could it be that Brady’s condition to return involved the ouster of then-head coach Bruce Arians?
Brady Has A Career After Playing Days
FOX Sports did not wait to have Brady retired before signing him as their lead analyst.
Therefore, he already has a job waiting for him once he decides to call it quits.
A lot of people will be envious about him receiving a lucrative contract from FOX.
But it’s also his way of continuing his legacy once he can no longer play.
That said, there are several ways by which Brady can make noise.
For now, he will focus on making more history, especially by playing a meaningful game at his current age.