Tom Brady co-hosts the weekly radio show “Allons-y!” With Larry Fitzgerald, Jim Gray – CBS Boston


BOSTON (CBS) — At age 44, most quarterbacks have given up on their NFL careers. Many of them are embarking on new careers in the media.

Tom Brady decided to do both at the same time.

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The quarterback – who celebrates his 44th trip around the sun on Tuesday – will co-host a weekly radio show on SiriusXM over the next football season, along with future Hall of Fame receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray.

The show is aptly called “Let’s Go!”

“The hour-long show will feature back-to-back in-depth conversations with Brady and Fitzgerald, led by Hall of Fame Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Jim Gray,” the announcement read. “Gray has interviewed Brady and Fitzgerald since they entered the league, and for more than a decade when the three were together for pregame and halftime on NFL Monday Night Football. This year, for the first time around, their conversations will be in a longer format and will air exclusively on SiriusXM.”

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The show airs every Monday at 6 p.m. ET, starting September 6. There will also be a pre-season episode.

Brady has, of course, taken part in weekly interviews with Gray before, in addition to taking part in interviews with him outside of the Monday Night Football windows.

“Jim’s knowledge of sports and leadership is second to none,” Brady said. “His instinct, focus and ability to connect with his listeners sets him apart as a broadcaster and I’m grateful to call him a friend. We’re thrilled to bring ‘Let’s Go!’ at SiriusXM.

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Gray added, “It’s very rare to hear the detailed thoughts and insights of two of the greatest players in NFL history on a weekly basis. That’s what makes the show so special for the fans.


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