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Tom Brady makes broadcasting debut for FOX during UFL Championship

Football fans who are excited to see Tom Brady in the booth this season got a sneak peek of the legendary Patriots quarterback's broadcasting skills on Sunday.

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Tom Brady has been enjoying retirement for some time now, but it was back to reality this weekend. Sort of.

The legendary New England Patriots quarterback returned to work on Sunday, calling his first-ever football game in his new gig with FOX during the UFL Championship game.

This was great practice for the upcoming NFL season.

Brady signed a reported 10-year, $375 million contract with FOX back in 2022 to broadcast NFL games, joining announcer Kevin Burkhardt on the network's No. 1 broadcast team each week.

By most accounts on social media, Brady was phenomenal in the booth, putting his football knowledge on display as the Birmingham Stallions shut out the San Antonio Brahmas in St. Louis.

Brady even got to present Stallions quarterback Adrian Martinez with the MVP trophy after the win.

It was certainly a busy week for Brady, who on Wednesday returned to Foxborough for his star-studded Patriots Hall of Fame ceremony at Gillette Stadium.

Check out Brady's best moments from his FOX broadcast debut here. That should hold you over until Week 1 when he calls his first NFL game between the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns.

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