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Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray


Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray are BACK for another season of Let's Go! Enjoy in-depth, insightful, and introspective one-on-one conversations with each of these future HOF football players. They'll discuss trending stories from on and off the football field and share stories from their personal life.


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Latest Episodes

We've gone back through the archives and selected some of the best moments from Season One of Let's Go. On this episode, Tom Brady chats with the legendary Oprah Winfrey and the AFC Championship winning QB Joe Burrow. Then, Larry Fitzgerald gives his... more

4 days ago

We remember the legendary Vin Scully by revisiting his conversation with Tom Brady and Jim Gray from December 13, 2021. They discussed the 40th anniversary of "The Catch", Vin's final football broadcast and a seminal moment in young Tom's football li... more

9 days ago

We've gone back through the archives and selected some of the best moments from Season One of Let's Go. On this episode, Tom Brady and Jim Gray host a very special media panel with some of the biggest names to ever cover the game of football includin... more

25 days ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 278 ratings
  • Brady you are my hero

    Brady you are the goat bro

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada4 months ago
  • WAY too many ads. Also Jim Gray is TERRIBLE

    I almost started to enjoy the podcast, but there is just an abysmal amount of ads. Nearly after every sentence is one. Makes it difficult to enjoy the show. Also Jim Grays god awful analysis or whatever you’d call it, it’s bad. He loves arguing against Larry as if Larry has no clue what he’s talking about. Jim stick to boxing man. You’re clueless in the NFL.

    Apple Podcasts
    Akimbo Subs
    United States6 months ago
  • Jim Gray’s analysis is garbage

    I have listened to a few episodes, and all I can say is that this show is good because of the commentary from Brady and Fitz. Jim Gray’s contribution to the show is sophomoric and unprofessional compared with the other two. Honestly, Jim Gray is only good at reading the adverts. Fitz and Brady are professionals, and their analyses are spot on—not so much for Gray. The last episode of the year was really bizarre as Jim Gray got defensive with Fitz when Fitz appropriately corrected Gray’s garbage ... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • 🐐

    Tom…while you were with the Patriots I am sad to admit I was a hater big time. When you moved to Tampa I started to watch you. I watched all season of 2020 and I became a huge fan. Such a huge fan that I quickly became regretful that I only just started to be a fan of yours. The whole time you were at the Patriots I should have been watching you. The best part about all of this is because I followed you to Tampa, my wife who never liked nor watch football started watching football and now too is... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • The 🐐

    A national treasure to have the GOAT in the earnest and humble Tom Brady talk about all things sport and life- our triumphs and losses and how resilience, consistency, drive and self belief are pivotal pillars in our ability to conquer! Much love, blessings and gratitude. The human spirit will never be silenced! TOM BRADY YOUR ARE THE GOAT 🐐…Gratitude, Gratitude, Gratitude 🙏🏽

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago

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