VIDEO: Tom Brady Made His Highly-Anticipated Broadcast Debut During UFL Championship Game, And Everybody Said The Same Thing About His Performance

Tom Brady seems to be one of those who is just good at everything, no matter what it is.

The NFL legend will begin his career as an NFL analyst next season when he starts his massive 10-year, $35 million contract with Fox.

Tom Brady in booth with Curt Menefee (play-by-play), Joel Klatt (analyst)

Tom Brady in booth with Curt Menefee, Joel Klatt (Photo via UFL/Twitter)

On Sunday, Brady got his first taste of broadcasting action when he showed up in St. Louis during the second quarter of Sunday’s UFL Championship game on Fox.

The seven-time Super Bowl winner had already planned to be at the game between the Birmingham Stallions and San Antonio Brahmas in St. Louis, but he stepped up by heading to the booth to get his first taste of action.

Tom Brady looked like quite the natural during the Brahmas-Stallions game.

Fans took to social media and responded to his broadcast debut:

As part of his responsibilities, Brady will also be inside America’s Center in Missouri to hand over the UFL Championship MVP trophy, via Ben Fischer of Sports Business Journal.

As for Brady, he is said to make his official NFL debut when the Cleveland Browns take on the Dallas Cowboys in week one.

The San Antonio Brahmas and Birmingham Stallions are currently getting set to play the second half of their contest that has been a defensive struggle so far.

Tom Brady Signed Massive Deal With Fox To Become A Broadcaster And Take Greg Olsen’s Job

The 46-year-old Brady signed a 10-year, $375 million contract with FOX Sports before he even decided to retire from the league.

With his new career starting, it means Greg Olsen, who has widely been praised for being great in the booth, will be losing his job and moving to a lower tier team.

Tom Brady will become Fox’s lead NFL analyst and work alongside Kevin Burkhardt on the network’s biggest games of the 2024 season.

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