Fox future details revealed by Tom Brady

In an appearance on "The Pat McAfee Show" on Tuesday, retired quarterback.

Tom Brady discussed taking Greg Olsen's place as Fox's primary NFL commentator for the upcoming season. 

The Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl LVIII on February 11 will be televised by CBS. 

Brady disclosed on Tuesday that he had already rehearsed calling action with Burkhardt, according to Horrible Announcing. 

According to the seven-time Super Bowl winner, Olsen "does an incredible job" in the booth. 

Over the weekend, there were reports that Brady had taken advantage of his "gap year" from the NFL to prepare for his next profession at the Fox studios. 

According to media expert Richard Deitsch of The Athletic, Olsen is expected to get $375 million from Fox over the course of ten seasons; nevertheless.

He may return to the network's top spot "within three to five years." 

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