Tom Brady: After career end – start as TV expert in autumn 2024

What will Tom Brady do after his career ends? It has long been speculated that the 45-year-old will soon start his job as a football pundit for the TV channel “FOX” – now the GOAT himself has named a date for his start as a pundit.

Tom Brady will become a TV pundit for the “FOX” television channel in the autumn of 2024. The 45-year-old told host Colin Cowherd’s TV show “The Herd”.

“I want to be great at everything I do. And to be given the opportunity by the executives at “FOX Sports” to start my career as a TV pundit in the fall of 2024 is great for me,” Brady said.

He will take some time to grow into his new role and see “that I don’t rush into anything,” the 45-year-old said.

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In addition, Brady said he wants to “refocus more on other areas of my life that have taken a bit of a backseat lately. “

However, the quarterback legend left open what exactly he meant by that. Brady had divorced Gisele Bündchen after 13 years of marriage. The NFL legend also has three children who have often had to do without their father in the past.

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Even during his active career, Brady had signed a contract with “FOX” that is supposed to give him a monster salary of an estimated 375 million dollars for ten years. With this, the “GOAT” earns more than in his active career as an NFL player.

“I don’t want to disappoint the people around me. That’s always been the case. Whether it was during my time with the New England Patriots, or most recently with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,” Brady said about his motives for his late start as a TV pundit;

“It’s going to take some time, but I’m going to have a great time at FOX. Until then, I’m going to study and try to prepare for the job as best I can,” said the seven-time Super Bowl winner.

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