Tom Brady speaks about future broadcasting career, plans to start
Tom Brady spoke to Colin Cowherd on Monday, and revealed his plans for the start of his upcoming broadcasting career.
Brady, who announced his retirement from football last week, said he would make his on-air debut for FOX Sports beginning with 2024’s NFL season. He admitted the need to decompress after a “daily fight” on the NFL’s ongoing treadmill or hamster wheel.
Brady signed a broadcast deal with FOX a year ago, and that specified that he would join the network’s NFL broadcast booth whenever he decides to retire. FOX CEO Lachlan Murdoch added at the time that Brady will “also serve as an ambassador for us, particularly with respect to client and promotional initiatives.”
Brady added that the planned start in 2024 would allow him to prepare in order to be great at what he does, and “making sure I didn’t rush into anything.” Brady added that in his football career, his biggest motivator was to not let people down.
“Even in the future, I want to be great at what I do, and that takes time,” he said.
.@TomBrady tells @ColinCowherd on @FS1 that he will start his broadcast career with FOX in the Fall of 2024. pic.twitter.com/rckDnIVeQO
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) February 6, 2023