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Tom Brady May Face Unique Restrictions in Future FOX Broadcasts


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Vince Carbonneau
May 17, 2024  (1:50 PM)
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Tom Brady's Potential Broadcast Limitations Explored as FOX Career Begins

Tom Brady is set to start his broadcasting career with FOX following his retirement from the NFL in 2023. Alongside his new role, Brady is pursuing an ownership stake in the Las Vegas Raiders. He has already negotiated a deal with Raiders' owner Mark Davis and is merely waiting for approval from the NFL.
Despite the potential conflict of interest, the NFL has not yet imposed any restrictions on Brady regarding the coverage of Raiders games or those of their key competitors in the AFC West. "As of now, Tom isn't a Raiders owner, so he's free to commentate any game this year," explained Hans Schroeder, NFL Executive Vice President of Media Distribution, during a press briefing.
However, restrictions might be enforced once Brady's ownership is finalized. The deal has encountered delays, partly because Davis proposed giving Brady 5-10 percent ownership below market value—a plan that did not sit well with the league. Furthermore, Brady's involvement with the Raiders, despite the deal not being finalized, could prevent him from participating in certain league activities, such as team practices and production meetings, potentially complicating his role with FOX.
The situation remains fluid, and it will be intriguing to see how it unfolds, especially with Brady's dual commitments to broadcasting and team ownership.
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