What’s next for Tom Brady? Retired QB turns down TV offers including SNL gig

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Despite a recent report that Tom Brady could land a TV deal after retiring from the NFL, a supply stated he has no plans to change into the next athlete-turned anchor à la Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America.”

A supply with information advised The Post that since Brady’s bombshell announcement earlier this week, he has turned down offers to host “Saturday Night Live,” and seem on “Good Morning America,” “Today” and “CBS Mornings,” amongst others.

Brady’s step away from the highlight follows a dramatic few days, by which the legendary QB obtained hammered for not mentioning the New England Patriots in his retirement speech.

Brady, who gained six Super Bowls throughout his 20-year tenure as a Patriot, thanked teammates of his most up-to-date squad, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the place he performed two years, as a substitute. Brady ultimately made good with Pats followers, thanking them, head coach Bill Belichick and crew proprietor Robert Kraft. 

Although Brady is laying low now, it doesn’t imply that the 22-year NFL veteran is ruling out sooner or later participating in sports activities commentating. But for now, a supply stated he’s engaged on varied tasks including creating exhibits for his company, 199 Productions.

Brady stirred up some controversy when he initially unnoticed thanking the Patriots in his retirement speech.
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Brady ended his 22-year career with 6 Super Bowl rings from his time taking part in for the New England Patriots.
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One project that The Post has discovered about is with Jeff Ross, the insult comedian recognized for roasting celebrities. Called “Groats” — a play on the sports activities acronym GOAT, which suggests biggest of all-time and the comedic time period to roast — is rumored to be the title of the brand new project.

Brady replied to an Instagram story to Ross utilizing the hashtag Groats lately, referring to the project, which is being shopped to streaming corporations.