Former Michigan QB Tom Brady will be working for Fox Sports as a lead analyst whenever he decides to retire from playing professional football. Brian Steinberg of Variety broke the news on Tuesday morning about Brady’s next venture.

Brady will be in the booth with Kevin Burkhardt. Burkhardt has been with Fox Sports since 2013 and has worked with the likes of Erin Andrews and John Lynch. Brady will be going the same route as retired quarterbacks Tony Romo and Drew Brees by becoming a commentator. Romo now works at CBS Sports, while Brees is at NBC.

Here is the Twitter post from Steinberg with the news about Brady’s new role:

No one is sure when Brady will be hanging up his cleats, especially since he just un-retired to continue playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, he’ll have another opportunity to stay close to the game of football when he does.