New England Patriots immortal Tom Brady fooled us all when he announced that he would return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2022 NFL season.

 Even though he is coming back to the league for one more year, retirement can’t be too far around the corner.

While he is getting into the movie production business and has his own line of TB12 merchandise to sell, Brady’s next move still seemed unclear when it came to his life after football.

It would feel weird to see Brady selling NFTs and remaining disconnected from the sport he loves.

While there were whispers that he could move into the executive realm with the Dolphins, Brady never really closed the door on an analyst or broadcasting journey.

All those Patriots fans who wished that Brady was up in the broadcast booth can finally have their wishes granted.

Brady has finally made up his mind on his post-football life, as FOX Sports confirmed on an earnings call that he has a spot as an NFL analyst lined up for him whenever he retires.

Brady will reportedly join FOX’s new top team with Kevin Burkhardt after Joe Buck and Troy Aikman left for ESPN. That’s one way to answer Tony Romo at CBS.