Tom Brady Becomes Highest Paid TV Commentator | Video

Tom Brady Becomes Highest Paid TV Commentator |  Video

Tom Brady considered the greatest player in NFL history the highest-paid television commentator thanks to the 10-year, $375 million contract he signed with FOX Sports.

“We are pleased to announce that seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady will join FOX Sports as a senior analyst following his playing career,” said Fox Corporation CEO Lachlan Murdoch last May.

Brady announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday after 23 seasons in which he received six Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with whom he played in the 2022 season, the last of his career.

At age 45, the former quarterback will make it to TV to become the highest paid commentator Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys Discoverer and Legend, WHO ESPN All-Star Analyst and Tony Romão, another former cowboys quarterback, for whom he works CBS .

The seven-time NFL champion will earn more than $37 million a year; Value greater than 18 million for Aikman and Romo, in their respective chains.

In February 2022, Brady retired from the league for the first time, 40 days after regretting playing with the Buccaneers last season, the team he was eliminated by the Cowboys in the wild card round on January 16.

Given the then-44-year-old Field Marshal’s intention to step down from Fox Sports in May 2022, he was ahead of ESPN in their recruiting.

The TV channel thought about it. Brady will join the commentator team starting in the 2023 season.

Fox Sports has the rights to broadcast Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles on February 12; The number of commentators who will comment and analyze the game has not yet been confirmed.

(With information from EFE)

Source: La Neta Neta