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HomeSportsFootballUFL News: From MVP to MVP: Tom Brady to present UFL trophy

UFL News: From MVP to MVP: Tom Brady to present UFL trophy

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Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady will be in St. Louis Sunday night to present the trophy to the most valuable player of the UFL championship game.

The San Antonio Brahmas and Birmingham Stallions will meet at 5 p.m. ET in the spring league title game.

Brady knows something about receiving MVP trophies. The former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback three times was named the NFL’s MVP, and he won five Super Bowl MVP awards.

Brady, 46, retired following the 2022 season and took a year off from football. This fall, he will be the analyst on the No. 1 broadcast team at Fox Sports, with whom he signed a 10-year, $375 million contract.

Fox is televising the UFL title game, but Brady won’t be getting in analyst practice, however. He is expected to drop by the broadcast booth in the second quarter and chat with the Fox crew, The Athletic reported, but leave the analysis to them.

Curt Menefee will be the play-by-play announcer, Joel Klatt the analyst and Brock Huard the sideline reporter for the championship game.

–Field Level Media

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