The broadcasting contracts signed by former NFL quarterbacks Tony Romo and Troy Aikman set the standard for the new era of sports media paydays. Romo (CBS) and Aikman (ESPN) earn an average of $18 million per year on their current deals. On Tuesday, Tom Brady signed a 10-year, $375 million...
First Troy Aikman, then Tony Romo ... now, Tom Brady?!?. Eric Dickerson is fully expecting the G.O.A.T. to be in the same class as the former Cowboys superstars when he transitions to the booth after his football career ends ... telling TMZ Sports he thinks TB12 will be "great" as an analyst just like Aikman and Romo.
We finally know what Tom Brady will be doing with his life once he retires. The NFL legend will become the lead NFL analyst for FOX when he steps away from his playing career. Not only will Brady be the network's lead analyst; he'll become the highest-paid broadcaster in the entire industry.
Tom Brady has reset the TV quarterback market. Fox announced Monday that the Buccaneers quarterback is set to become an analyst for the network after his playing days are done — whenever that may be — and details on a shiny, new and expensive contract are starting to surface.
Tom Brady’s 10-year, $375 million deal with FOX is ‘richest pact in sports media history,’ Buccaneers QB passes Troy Aikman, Tony Romo (report)
Tom Brady might actually be getting a pay raise when he finally decides to retire. The quarterback has agreed to join FOX as their No. 1 NFL analyst whenever he is done playing, and the New York Post’s Andrew Marchand reports it’s a 10-year, $375 million deal. That’s star MLB player money. Michael McCarthy was the first to report it as the “richest pact in sports media history.”
Sizeable crowds returned to Irving, Texas, for the first time since the 2017 AT&T Byron Nelson Classic, with a celebrity sudden death play-off on Sunday. In the ClubCorp Classic Celebrity Division, which also saw 10-time major winner, Annika Sorenstam, finish in third place, hometown favourite Tony Romo took a three point lead over close friend and golfing rival, Mardy Fish, as they went into the last day.
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Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback turned NFL color analyst Tony Romo has worked hard in his spare time to become an accomplished golfer. Those skills were all on display over the weekend in the Celebrity Division of the Champions Tour ClubCorp Classic at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving. Romo led...
IRVING, Texas -- U.S. Davis Cup Captain Mardy Fish knocked off hometown favorite and former Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo in sudden death with a birdie on the first playoff hole to capture the ClubCorp Classic Celebrity Division on Sunday at Las Colinas Country Club. Fish made up a two-point...
After a 14-year career, legendary Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo called it quits after the 2016 season. Fans haven't forgotten his talent just yet. Now the lead analyst for the NFL on CBS, the Cowboys' all-time leader in passing yards (34,138) and touchdowns (248) celebrated his 42nd birthday Thursday. Social media jumped at the chance to reminisce about Romo's colorful career.