In the wake of his second, but more official retirement, questions abound about what's next for the GOAT Tom Brady.
While many still don't believe the nearly 46-year-old multiple-time Super Bowl champion is entirely done with playing, Brady opened up about his next plans during his interview with Colin Cowherd.
According to Brady, he's going to take off next season to fully commit himself to broadcasting and work on the craft in hopes of making his debut in the Fall of 2024.
“One thing about my career, whether that was when I was drafted by the Patriots or signed in free agency with the Bucs, I wanted to be fully committed,” Brady said. “I never wanted to let people down — I think my biggest motivator was that. So, even in the future I want to be great at what I do and that always takes some time and strategizing and learning and growing and evolving.”
Brady is set to make $37.5 million per year over the next decade under his contract with FOX. But pushing back his debut until 2024 at least gives Greg Olsen another year at the helm before Brady takes his job.