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Tom Brady denies he will squander a $375 million contract.

    When you have won seven Super Bowls, you have the ability to do whatever you want after your football career is over.

    It is possible that this will result in Tom Brady, who is widely recognized as the greatest quarterback in the history of the National Football League, walking away from a 10-year, $375 million deal to call NFL games on Fox.

    According to Andrew Marchand, a reporter for The New York Post, who made a recent appearance on the Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast, the answer to this question is yes. During the show, Marchand expressed his opinion that Brady might not be really committed to a future in broadcasting.

    “I’ve recently spoken with a few of folks who are close to Brady, and I get the impression that I’m leaning more toward a 49 percent likelihood that he does it, and a 51 percent chance that he doesn’t. My guess is that he would rather not go all that much… I have a feeling that Brady is the kind of guy that, if he’s in, he’s all in. Therefore, unlike Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, he won’t be attending games on the day they are played like they sometimes do. If he’s going to participate, he’ll be there early, which means the competition will last for four days…. He and Gisele [Bundchen] are co-parents to their children. I believe it is really significant to him, and he has other opportunities to earn money.”

    Tom Brady denies he will squander a $375 million contract.

    On May 5, he posted the caption “Fake news” to his Instagram account.

    Additionally, on February 1st, Brady made it abundantly obvious that he would not be returning to the football field.

    “I hope you all had a good night. In a message to a social media platform, he made the announcement, “I’ll cut to the chase right away: I’m leaving this industry forever.” When I got up this morning, I figured I’d just press’record’ and let you guys know first because I remember that the procedure was a very big deal the last time, so I’m doing the same thing. So, I won’t go on and on about this. You only get one opportunity to write a super-emotional essay on retiring, and I used mine up the year before.”

    “So, I really want to thank you guys so much — each and every one of you — for supporting me. I really appreciate it. My loved ones, my close friends, the people I play with, and those I compete against… I am able to continue on indefinitely. There is an excessive amount. I want to express my gratitude for making it possible for me to live out my wildest dreams. I wouldn’t alter anything about it at all.

    Tom Brady denies he will squander a $375 million contract.

    “I love you all,” he stated further.

    Brady has been victorious in seven Super Bowls, including six of them while playing for the New England Patriots and one of them while playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That is the most Super Bowl trophies won by any player in the history of the National Football League.

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