By. Bobby Thompson
Looks like Tom Brady not only has his mind set on the upcoming season after coming out of retirement but now has a new world to conquer, the broadcasting world. It has been confirmed that Brady has agreed to a 10-year deal with Fox Sports to become their Lead Football Analyst when the Goat decides to officially hang up his cleats. The deal is worth a whopping $375 Million, which makes him the highest-paid broadcaster and analyst in the history of broadcasting.
This comes as a surprise to many because Brady has never shown any interest in becoming a broadcaster post-career. Brady already has a successful clothing Brand (Brady Brand) and TB12 and also launched a production company (199 Productions). His options after he is done playing are gargantuan.
In his new role as the Lead Football analyst, Brady will serve as the color commentator with play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt for the major games of the week. The Duo is taking over for former broadcast pair Joe Buck and Troy Aikman who left for ESPN after 20 years at FOX.
Tom Brady is very excited about this new opportunity and Fox is happy to sign the goat. If there is one thing Tom Brady does, Is take on every opportunity with a championship mindset, he brings that to Fox Sports.