Tom brady proved himself to be one of the greatest quarterbacks in the NFL history. In his 23 years of career he won the seven Super Bowls, set multiple records and feats that no other player achieved in NFL History. But even in retirement, Brady’s ventures off the field continue to be fruitful, with his budding career in media and entertainment.
Brady signed a 10 year,$375 million deal with fox sports last year to join as an analyst after his retirement. However, the deal won’t begin until 2024, and in the meantime, he’s been keeping busy with his Let’s Go! podcast. Earlier this week, SiriusXM announced that they were signing a multi-year renewal to continue the show.
Let’s Go! is a weekly show that features Brady as the host, along with co-hosts Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray. In the show, the trio provides insight and commentary on the game they love, and discusses topics ranging from football to life in general.
In a statement, Brady expressed his excitement to be back for season three of the show, saying, “Thank you to all of our supporters and fans. We look forward to providing insight on the game we love again in the fall.”
Fitzgerald also shared his excitement, saying, “Being with Tom and Jim on SiriusXM has been a lot of fun and a great experience. We are really excited to be able to continue to engage with fans around the country about life and the game we all love.”
Gray added, “Tom and Larry have incomparable knowledge and wisdom in so many areas. We have all been together for years, and it is great we’re going to continue our conversations on Let’s Go! that bring the fans deep inside, and get to know the game and these two legends even better.”
The Let’s Go! podcast will return for season three in the fall and will be available each week on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio and SiriusXM NFL Radio channels. The full-length podcast can also be found on the SXM App.
As Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer at SiriusXM, said, “As the greatest quarterback in history steps away from the field and embarks on the next chapter of his career, SiriusXM will be the place to hear him talk about it all in his own words.”
Brady’s retirement may mark the end of his time on the field, but his time off of it looks like it’ll continue to be fruitful. With his media and entertainment ventures, it seems that he’s just getting started.