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SiriusXM Inks Multi-Year Renewal to Air ''Let's Go!''


''Let's Go!''
''Let's Go!''

SiriusXM has signed a multi-year renewal to continue airing "Let's Go!" a weekly audio show hosted by quarterback Tom Brady, former All-Pro wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and broadcaster Jim Gray. The program will return for season 3 next fall. Brady, who announced his retirement following the 2022 NFL season, and Fitzgerald, a NFL Man of the Year, share their thoughts on the latest news around the league and beyond the field. Gray, who has known and interviewed both players since they came into the league, leads the conversations every week.

Season 3 of "Let's Go!" will continue each week on SiriusXM's Mad Dog Sports Radio and SiriusXM NFL Radio channels. Following those airings the full length podcast versions of Gray's extended conversations with Brady and Fitzgerald will be available in the SXM App.

"I'm excited to be back with Jim, Larry and the SiriusXM family for season three of Let's Go!" said Brady. "Thank you to all of our supporters and fans. We look forward to providing insight on the game we love again in the fall."

"Being with Tom and Jim on SiriusXM has been a lot of fun and a great experience. We are really excited to be able to continue to engage with fans around the country about life and the game we all love," added Fitzgerald.

"Tom and Larry have incomparable knowledge and wisdom in so many areas. We have all been together for years, and it is great we're going to continue our conversations on Let's Go! that bring the fans deep inside, and get to know the game and these two legends even better," said Gray.

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