Tom Brady To Take Over As Fox Sports' Lead NFL Analyst In $375 Million Deal

Photo: Instagram/Tom Brady

Former NFL quarterback Tom Brady is set to make a splash in the broadcasting world, signing a monumental 10-year, $375 million deal with Fox Sports. 

Brady will assume the lead analyst role, displacing current No. 1, Greg Olsen, as the face of Fox's NFL coverage.

Having retired from the NFL last year, the 46-year-old future Hall of Famer expressed his intention to "become great" in his next career while addressing personal matters during the upcoming year.

Photo: Instagram/Tom Brady

The announcement has stirred speculation about Olsen's future with the network. In a recent statement to Sports Illustrated, Olsen acknowledged the situation, saying, "Whatever my future holds, wherever I am, so be it.

It is not going to alter one thing we do." Despite the potential demotion to the No. 2 spot, Olsen is expected to remain with Fox, facing a substantial 70 percent pay cut from $10 million to $3 million.

While Brady's tenure with Fox may be a long-term commitment, rumors persist about his connection with acquiring an ownership stake in the Las Vegas Raiders.

This has fueled speculation that Brady's stint with Fox could be short-lived, possibly opening the door for Olsen to reclaim the No. 1 role after a season or two. The NFL broadcasting landscape is in for a major shake-up with Brady's entrance into the realm of sports analysis. (Source: Daily Mail)

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