Tom Brady may take part as an analyst in Fox’s Super bowl broadcast.

By Babita Singh

The Buccaneers and Brady don't appear to be Super Bowl contenders this year. So during the Super Bowl, Tom Brady could make his NFL TV debut as an analyst.

It would be expected that Brady would take part in Fox's Super Bowl broadcast if he's not playing in the match.

Olsen and Burkhardt will call Super Bowl 57, according to an earlier statement from Fox.

For its Super Bowl coverage on February 12, 2023 from Glendale, Arizona, Fox is already creating backup plans for how to include the 45-year-old Brady.

Advertisers for the Super Bowl, who can spend up to $7 million for a 30-second spot, would undoubtedly enjoy seeing Brady make his Fox debut in February.

According to Ad Age, Fox had already sold 95% of their commercial inventory as of the beginning of September.

Brady will team up with Burkhardt once he joins Fox, displacing Olsen to the No. 2 game analyst spot on the network's depth chart.

Brady is not merely a TV star in Fox's eyes; he is also a business partner and rainmaker who can influence corporate sponsors.

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