Recently there has been speculation and rumors going around about Tom Brady being part of the upcoming Super Bowl broadcast and today Fox had an answer for everyone.
The 45-year-old quarterback had an early exit from the playoffs and isn’t something we are used to and will be watching games from home the rest of the way. Tampa Bay had a 31-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round on Monday night.
But what’s Tom up to now? Will he be in the upcoming Super Bowl broadcast?
While Brady has a contract with the network that will see him become a lead analyst for the company whenever he decides to call curtains on his career, he will not be part of the broadcast crew for the NFL’s final game.
For those wondering about Tom Brady/Fox NFL: Multiple industry sources say Fox Sports has no plans to use Brady in the booth for the Super Bowl. You never know with the pregame given how long that show goes. But Burkhardt/Olsen is the plan. Fox Sports declined comment on it.— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) January 18, 2023
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