Now that legendary Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has retired again, and seemingly for good this time, football fans are wondering what will be next for him.
He is set to join Fox Sports’ broadcast team for coverage of its NFL games, however, he told Colin Cowherd that he will wait until the fall of 2024 to begin in that capacity.
Tom Brady told Colin Cowherd that, after talking with executives at FOX last week, he does not expect to begin his broadcasting career until the fall of 2024. pic.twitter.com/3Ao9LnosDX
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 6, 2023
Brady says he will wait because he wants to be prepared and be the best broadcaster he can be, as well as to catch up on other areas of his personal life.
He, of course, called it quits a year ago, only to come out of retirement weeks later for one more season in Tampa Bay.
But it was a frustrating one, as the team finished just 8-9, and he didn’t look like his old self for much of the year.
Brady was seen displaying frustration and even anger on the sidelines several times in 2022, something that seemed very out of character for him.
Some have attributed his struggles to his personal life, which seemed to be in bad shape, mainly because of the end of his long-time marriage to model Gisele Bundchen.
But now, Brady has hung up his cleats before the end of his career marred his unprecedented legacy, something which too many great athletes have unfortunately done.
He retires with seven Super Bowl championships, three regular season MVPs, five Super Bowl MVPs, and the consensus acknowledgment as the greatest player in NFL history.
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