These days, it seems like the inevitable landing spot for any high-profile NFL player after retirement is either in the booth or at the desk of a TV network covering the sport.
Tom Brady may be too big for TV, but that’s not stopping networks from trying to lure him into a gig, and they’re willing to put up a massive figure to do it.
According to Front Office Sports, networks have thrown out bids as high as $25 million for the NFL legend, citing Tom would be “worth his weight in gold.”
For reference, Brady was making around $12 million annually under center.
The QB has made it known that he’s interested in pursuing other ventures in life that require his full attention, likely including his new ‘Brady’ brand and his TB12 Method business, as well as family of course.
Time will tell whether he can fit a network gig into that schedule.