TAMPA BAY – We’ve already talked about Tom Brady’s retirement twice this year, so why not go ahead and bring it up a third time?

FOX Sports announced Tuesday morning that the Buccaneers QB will take over as the lead analyst once he hangs up his cleats. Per FOX, Brady will call the biggest games of the week alongside Kevin Burkhardt and will also serve as an ambassador for the company, “particularly with respect to client and promotional initiatives”.

FOX Executive Chair and CEO Lachlan Murdoch broke the news during an earnings call Tuesday.

Brady confirmed the news himself via his Twitter account not long after it broke. His deal is part of FOX’s new 11-year media rights agreement with the NFL.

No one knows when Brady will actually retire from the NFL, but we do know what he’ll be doing once he does step away from the game once and for all.

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