Tom Brady has shown quite a talent for upstaging other news with announcements of his own during the past few months, mostly regarding his possible retirement and what he’ll do after he stops playing football. This week, he hijacked the NFL news cycle with Fox Sports announcing that the seven-time Super Bowl winner will be their lead TV analyst (and “brand ambassador”) when he finally retires.
On WISE Sports Radio, we discuss Brady’s huge broadcasting payday, the NFL announcing its 2022 schedule (which includes three games on Christmas Day), Josh Lambo suing the Jacksonville Jaguars for how he was treated under Urban Meyer, and notable free agents still available including receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, and cornerback James Bradberry.
Sports media isn’t always the most riveting radio topic, so I understand not talking about it much. Even though it’s my “day job.” But I’d argue media stuff is as interesting – if not more so – than an NFL player having $100,000 of jewelry stolen from his house. So when Tom Brady makes sports media a major subject by making future plans for broadcasting, I’m grateful.
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