Tom Brady’s post-NFL career has fans waiting on his next move.
They remember the seven-time Super Bowl quarterback signing a 10-year deal to work with FOX back in 2022.
With the legendary quarterback retiring this year, fans await the moment he will take his job with FOX.
While FOX is hosting Super Bowl 57, NFL insider Dov Kleiman is reporting Brady won’t be a part of the Super Bowl broadcasting team.
Update: Tom Brady agreed to a 10-year, $375 million deal with FOX in May, and he is expected to pursue his broadcasting career in 2023, he won't be a part of the SB broadcast@TheAthletic: Multiple people said they were impressed by his ability to communicate football concepts. pic.twitter.com/zKpSiZ8hkQ
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 4, 2023
However, he reports how the legendary quarterback will broadcast during the 2023 NFL season.
The news comes as a disappointment to fans who wanted Brady to broadcast this year’s Super Bowl.
However, the timing might be too soon, as his retirement from the NFL happened at the beginning of the month.
While the star quarterback missing out on another Super Bowl appearance has some fans down, they can find hope in the reporting from The Athletic.
According to Kleiman, he tweets how The Athletic reports on people being “impressed by his (Brady’s) ability to communicate football concepts.”
While fans aren’t getting that experience now, they can get it when the new season kicks off in September.
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