Tom Brady is still playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he's already got a job lined up when he decides to hang up his helmet. During an earnings call on Tuesday, Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch announced that Brady will be joining Fox Sports when he retires, taking the role of lead NFL analyst. He'll be calling games with Kevin Burkhardt, who is replacing Joe Buck this season after Buck and his broadcast partner Troy Aikman left for ESPN earlier this year. With Burkhardt in the Buck seat, Brady will essentially be the new Aikman - whenever he retires, that is. In a tweet shortly after Murdoch made the announcement, Brady said - as he has many times over the years - that he has "unfinished business" to take care of first.
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