Former Buccaneers’ quarterback Tom Brady’s 23-year NFL career appears to be over with his retirement announcement in early February. But the 40-something Brady isn’t riding off into the sunset just yet.
Recently, SiriusXM announced a multi-year extension with the “Let’s Go” podcast. The show is co-hosted by Jim Gray and former NFL great Larry Fitzgerald along with Brady.
“I’m excited to be back with Jim, Larry and the SiriusXM family for season three of Let’s Go!” Brady stated. “Thank you to all of our supporters and fans. We look forward to providing insight on the game we love again in the fall.”
“Being with Tom and Jim on SiriusXM has been a lot of fun and a great experience,” Fitgerald stated.
“We are really excited to be able to continue to engage with fans around the country about life and the game we all love,” “Tom and Larry have incomparable knowledge and wisdom in so many areas.” Gray stated.
“We have all been together for years, and it is great we’re going to continue our conversations on Let’s Go! that bring the fans deep inside, and get to know the game and these two legends even better.”
Brady isn’t just doing a podcast after his playing days with the Buccaneers and Patriots, he’s also a network TV guy now. Last offseason Brady signed a 10-year/$375 million to join Fox Sports as an analyst. A GOAT in the booth? Brady will begin covering games for Fox Sports in 2024.
The “Let’s Go” podcast reurns in the fall for season three. You can find it on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio and SiriusXM NFL Radio.
“As the greatest quarterback in history steps away from the field and embarks on the next chapter of his career, SiriusXM will be the place to hear him talk about it all in his own words,” stated Scott Greenstein.
“Tom, Larry and Jim have produced so many ‘must listen’ moments so far in their first two seasons of Let’s Go! This is truly a one-of-a-kind show, allowing fans to connect with two of the greatest players to ever play the game. We are thrilled to extend our relationship and now make Let’s Go! available exclusively for our subscribers.”
Safe to say Brady will continue to stay busy well into his retirement. We wouldn’t expect anything less.