“I’m gonna be calling a…”: Tom Brady Reveals Exciting News Regarding NFL Return and $375 Million Fox Deal

Tom Brady is one of the biggest superstars to come out of the NFL. The star Quarterback played in the NFL for nearly 22 seasons and has had a stellar record as a player.

Moreover, Brady has one of the best Super Bowl records with seven Super Bowl Championships to his name.

As a result, it is no surprise that Brady will return to the Super Bowl despite having only recently ended his playing career.

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Brady has signed a deal with Fox to become an analyst/commentator that will keep him involved with the sport that made him a superstar.

However, Brady recently revealed that he won’t be present on the team of analysts for this year’s Super Bowl, which is slated to take place next month.

Here is when Tom Brady will start his career as a commentator and when you can expect to see him back at the Super Bowl.

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Tom Brady made a total of ten career Super Bowl appearances playing for the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

He holds several Super Bowl records, including the Most Championships by a player.

Therefore, it is safe to say that Brady is inseparable from the biggest game in American football and arguably all of sports.

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However, on February 1, 2023, Brady announced his retirement from the NFL, bringing his playing career to a close. Nonetheless, the former Quarterback inked a deal with Fox to become an analyst that would keep him connected to football.

As a result, fans were anticipating Brady’s return to the Super Bowl at Super Bowl LVIII which will take place on February 11, 2024.

This year’s Super Bowl is to be played between San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs.

However, in a recent appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Brady addressed his future as a commentator and revealed he would not be on the panel for this year’s Super Bowl. He stated:

Brady made the above statement confirming that his deal with Fox starts with the 2024 NFL season. As a result, he will not be commentating at Super Bowl LVIII.

Nonetheless, fans can expect to get insights from the five-time Super Bowl MVP starting with the next regular season which will commence on September 5, 2024.

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Tom Brady To Make NFL Return With $375 Million Fox Deal

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Tom Brady playing for the New England Patriots

During the aforementioned interview, Brady revealed that he was excited to start a new chapter in his career as a commentator.

He believed that 23 years as a player gave him unique insights into the game and could not wait to join the team at Fox Sports. Brady made the following statement answering how he would approach his commentating career:

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On May 10, 2022, it was announced that Tom Brady would be joining Fox Sports as the lead color commentator.

Brady signed a ten-year contract with Fox that will commence with the new NFL season later this year. According to reports, the deal with Fox would net him a whopping $375 Million across ten years, making Brady the highest-paid sports commentator.

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