Tom Brady’s NEW Team
WHAT could it be? Well if you look at the picture, he’s wearing aviator glasses.
Tom Has Earned His Wings?
No, he’s not a pilot. But he may be advising them. Tom is no stranger at keeping footballs in the air. NOW, it’s jet airplanes. Tom just announced that he signed a deal with Delta Airlines, as an adviser. According to the airline:
Delta Air Lines and seven-time Super Bowl champion, entrepreneur and philanthropist Tom Brady on Wednesday announced an innovative new partnership, connecting Brady’s expertise in teamwork, performance, and perseverance directly to Delta as a long-term strategic adviser.
Travelandleisure.com digs deeper into exactly what Tom’s duties actually are:
According to the company, Brady will focus on a few key areas within his role, including partnering with the airline to “develop and advise on strategic training and teamwork tools for the airline’s more than 90,000 employees.” Brady will also work with the brand on its marketing, focusing on improving “customer engagement” to support its flyers.
Tom On TV?
Right after Tom announced his retirement, jaws dropped at the next announcement. Last May, Tom signed a $375,000,000 dollar, ten year deal with Fox Sports to be in a booth providing color commentary for games. USA Today says:
Before the seven-time Super Bowl champion retired, he signed a 10-year deal with Fox Sports to become the network’s lead analyst alongside play-by-play commentator Kevin Burkhardt. But once Brady officially retired in February, there was speculation he would immediately join Fox Sports and take the place of Greg Olsen.
It’s reported that Tom will start with Fox for the 2024 season, taking 2023 off.
While I’m in the Tom can do anything, camp, many are wondering if Tom has the chops to be a fast paced color commentator to the level of former pro quarterback, tuned CBS star Tony Romo. Now he’s advising airlines?
Well if there is anyone that can teach how to land safely, it’s Tom Brady.