Earlier this week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the Dallas Cowboys by a final score of 31-14.
With the loss, Tom Brady will enter the offseason a little earlier than expected. After being eliminated from the playoffs, fans wondered if Brady could become a part of the Super Bowl broadcast.
Brady has a contract with Fox whenever he retires and Fox owns the Super Bowl this year. However, according to a report by media insider Richard Dishe, Brady will not be a part of the broadcast team.
“Multiple industry sources say Fox Sports has no plans to use Brady in the booth for the Super Bowl. You never know with the pregame how long the show goes on. But Burkhart/Olsen is the plan. Fox Sports declined to comment. Daish said.
It looks like Brady, like millions of other football fans, will be watching the Super Bowl from the comfort of his own home.
Unless he wants to pay for Super Bowl tickets.