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As it turns out, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is not only the NFL’s GOAT, he’s also the NFL’s bull — a cash cow.

As The New York Post reported earlier this week, Brady will join Fox Sports as its chief NFL analyst after his career ends and will sign a 10-year, $375 million contract – The most lucrative contract in sports broadcasting history.

$375 million?

are you kidding me?

Texas A&M can sign three recruiting classes for $375 million! ! !

Well, maybe there are only two recruiting classes, but you get the idea.

Astonishingly, if Brady retires after this season, he will earn about $315 million during his 23 years as a quarterback in the NFL, which would mean his 10-year contract with Fox (if the New York Post reports that the New York Post does) If the numbers are correct) will pay him $60 million more than he has done in his entire NFL career.

I do have a question for Fox executives, though.

Glad you gave Brady a 10-year deal and paid him all the money, but, um, what if he wasn’t good at being a TV analyst?

What if he turned into a few other goats?

Remember former quarterback GOAT Joe Montana who only played 9 games on NBC before two entities decided to stop the experiment? Montana obviously knows the game, but his shooting is more boring than waiting for your iPhone to recharge.

And then there’s running back GOAT Emmitt Smith, who gives us this twisted monologue: “The Patriots are broken!” Or: “They’ve done a really good job of flying around and enjoying football.”

Personally, I think Brady would be fine as a Fox analyst, but it’s not a guarantee — certainly not a $375 million guarantee.

Just because you’re the goat on the field doesn’t mean you can’t be Baad at the radio booth.

Short stuff: Speaking of Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, here are your stats for the week: When the Buccaneers play in Munich on Nov. 13, Brady will be the first quarterback to start in four different countries, It only takes 258 yards to break the NFL career passing record for throwing yards on foreign soil. That record is held by former UCF and Oviedo High quarterback Blake Bortles – and more. … The NCAA has lifted restrictions on title sponsors for bowl games, and these new eligibility categories include “sin industries such as sports books, beer, spirits and adult entertainment,” according to Sports Business Journal. Gainesville Sun columnist David Wheatley wrote: “I don’t want to sound like your Sunday school teacher, but I fear there might be a special hell of a circle for wearing ‘Sex-Toys-R’ -Us Bowl’ Bowling stands for Reservation. Blazers.” By the way, if we’re going to start including “Sin Industry,” shouldn’t there be a “Cable News Bowl” or a “Put Politician Bowl”? Just want to. …

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. But teach a man to fish and he will drink a lot of beer a day. … Dwight Perry of The Seattle Times: “Phil Mickelson’s gambling from 2010 to 2014, according to author Alan Shipnack in an upcoming biography of the PGA star $40 million in losses. You just know some smart people screaming, “Get out of the hole! “Next time he putts.” …In the past, the star-studded Cincinnati Reds have been known as the “Big Red Machine.” This year, the poor team (7-24) should be called “a little red car with a rusted bottom, a broken handle, and a missing wheel.” … Elon Musk says he wants to revoke Donald Trump’s Twitter ban. In related news, Pete Rose is lobbying Musk to buy the Baseball Hall of Fame. … TheOnion.com headline: “James Harden doesn’t fail with the same agility.”

Former Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo is suing the team for emotional distress caused by former head coach Urban Meyer kicking and abusing him. I’m certainly not a Meyer fan, but if football players start suing coaches in the name of abusive, the coaching talent pool will be emptier than the stands at NFL games. … Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune, when Raiders owner Mark Davis said his team would welcome QB Colin Kaepernick with “open arms”: “Of course. Venus De Milo’s weapon.” … When it was announced earlier this week that Denver Nuggets big man Nikola Jokic had won the NBA MVP award for the second year in a row, many The nation’s talking leaders started tearing up options and saying Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid was robbed. puff puff! Jokic had a historic season (the first player to surpass 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 500 assists in a single season) and was the one-man band that led the Nuggets to the playoffs. Don’t get me wrong, Embiid is a great player and he should be a well-deserved MVP, but if he’s at the heart of the Nuggets, I’m not sure they’ll make the playoffs. …

Did you see two Dallas Mavericks fans ejected last week for giving Chris Paul’s family an “unwelcome hug”. Unwanted hugs? Hey, has Paul’s family been talking to my ex-girlfriend? …Mississippi State coach Mike Leach wins Kentucky Derby with 80-1 long-range Rich Strike: “That horse that won the Kentucky Derby is one of the reasons why the College Football Playoff needs to be expanded Great example. That horse didn’t win all the leading races, but it got its chance and that’s what happened.” I get Leach’s point, but Rich Strike has only two wins in eight races. Does this mean we have to make USF in the college football playoffs?

Last words: Thursday is National Limerick Day and we bring you this ancient Scottish gem:

When a man plays golf in Fife,

Funeral procession prevails,

He bowed his head in prayer,

In this gloomy event,

A final tribute to his wife! “

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