Tom Brady informs Stephen A. Smith his $375million analyst contract with Fox something he’s “really looking forward”
It seems like the living legend of the NFL, Tom Brady, has decided what he wants to do after retirement. Most players, after their retirement, go on to become coaches or analysts in different media channels. Brady is no different. While people expect the GOAT to teach young football players a thing or two about the sport, TB12 has something else in mind and wants to “learn.” In the recent episode of the “Let’s Go!” podcast, Tom Brady said he wants to continue his ten-year, $375 million deal with Fox Sports.
While talking to Stephen A. Smith, TB12 made it clear that he is “really looking forward,” to becoming an analyst and working alongside people like Stephen.
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What did Brady say while talking about his $375 million deal?
While speaking to Smith, Tom Brady addresses many things he might do when he finally retires and becomes a full-time analyst. He then says,
“Believe me, as much as you think I’m willing to teach people, I’m really looking to learn. I’m really looking to learn from all the people that I get to talk to. I get an opportunity to be in a job in the future where I get to travel around and learn from all the other people that I’ve looked up to and admired and different organizations and different people. So it’s exciting for me too.”
On the other hand, Stephen, the guest on the show, gave his opinion on the matter and said that people would love to listen to Brady and he would create a “profound impact.” The conversation did not end there as Brady talked about this year’s Super Bowl; the legend of the game believes that the best two teams -the Eagles and the Chiefs- have deservingly qualified, and while the Eagles look unstoppable, the Chiefs will not sit around giving an incredible fight with the “unique” duo of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.
What are your thoughts on Tom Brady continuing his $375 million deal and becoming a full-time football analyst? You can share your opinion in the comments.
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