The day has finally come for Tom Brady to retire after the 45-year-old quarterback had a disappointing third season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, losing to the Dallas Cowboys in the wildcard round.
Brady had a 23-season career that earned him many titles and accolades, making him the greatest quarterback of all time. Of course, he’s won so many, been the most popular player in the league for a long time, and has made a ton of money over the decades.
Brady signed a 10-year, $375 million contract with Fox to become an analyst. The deal was set to start when the quarterback decided to retire, and now is the time.
He joins the list of players of the past decade who are now part of NFL broadcasting, including Peyton Manning, Eli Manning and Greg Olsen.
While Brady hangs up his cleats, his new deal will start soon and he’s still going to make a lot of money. is $250 million, so he’s not a millionaire yet.
But even with his career earnings added to his new Fox contract, it’s still a very good amount of money, right?
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Money is never an issue for the next generation of his family.
You can also add to the fact that he’s had a number of advertising deals over the last 20 years, but it’s unlikely he’ll ever fully close the gap to becoming a billionaire. He was also a big investor in FTX, a cryptocurrency company.
It looks like Tom still has a way to go before he becomes a certified millionaire. However, with his net worth in both broadcasting and quarterback as well as his career earnings, there is no doubt that he can make as much money as he wants.