Tom Brady has been debated time and time again on “Undisputed.” In fact, her name most often produced uncomfortable and tense moments between Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless. Now, however, with the seven-time Super Bowl winner eventually quitting, his name may not come up in the same vein on the show again. What the hosts seem acknowledge.
Sharpe was the first to share his thoughts on the retirement news, and he started off by saying that Brady had something to do with Feb. 1, since also last time he made the announcement at the same date. Fun aside, the Hall of Famer went on to explain why this time around Brady’s retirement message seems true and definitive.
Sharpe says, “I think it’s for real. Just because of the way the season went. I think last season weighed a lot, Brady started to look gone. And I don’t know if what happened off the field weighed in his mind. It must have weighed on his mind. And then the season does not happen according to Tom.
“A football season for Tom Brady has always gone to plan. Even though they didn’t win the Super Bowl, he played well. Last year he didn’t play well. They weren’t didn’t go to the Super Bowl. And he had everything going on with him off the court. And just listening to his voice and as it starts to break, you see the pain, the pain that, ‘you know what? It’s over,” he says
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Tom Brady leaves an illustrious career to start another in retirement
Tom Brady is a visionary. Simply given the various businesses he started to keep busy during his retirement. Even though his retirement message came after the day his film 80 for Brady created in Los Angeles, it will certainly not be his main concert. How do we know? Well, his 10-year, $375 million deal with Fox should be a solid sign of things to come.
When he last retired, Brady and Fox signed a deal in which Brady would become their #1 analyst and representative at client meetings and other meetings. Essentially, Brady agreed to be the face of Fox for the next 10 years. If that doesn’t occupy him, nothing else will. While he’s had some success flipping houses, he won’t find it more profitable than commentating for Fox.
That being said, it will certainly be interesting to watch Brady talk about young QBs trying to forge a legacy similar to his own. His opinions on the various candidates that fans have nominated to be the next GOAT will certainly raise a few eyebrows. All in all, as the NFL has seen the end of one era, the wider community may well be witnessing the birth of another equally illustrious one.
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