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Even though he couldn’t finish the job, Matt Ryan will go down as an Atlanta Falcons legend.
For years, he was a second-tier quarterback capable of putting up huge numbers and torching rival defenses apart, but that was no longer the case in Indianapolis.
So, now that it has become evident that his best days are far behind him, and with the Colts likely to release him soon, the former MVP is reportedly eyeing a transition to the booth to become a broadcaster, according to NBC’s Pro Football Talk.
With likely release by Colts looming, Matt Ryan eyes a career in broadcasting. https://t.co/TvhWO7ChbY
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) February 21, 2023
The Colts will reportedly release him before March 17 before his $10 million roster bonus and $7.2 million in base salary become fully guaranteed, so he might be negotiating with several networks already.
Ryan could join Tony Romo and Greg Olsen as two renowned players who have found plenty of success in the broadcast business recently, and he sure has plenty of insight, knowledge, and stories to share with the audience.
Matty Ice starred in some of the most infamous games in recent NFL history, being the QB in the biggest blown leads in both regular-season and NFL playoff history.
However, he did have some solid years, logging the seventh-most passing yards in NFL history (62,792) per his career, winning one MVP, making it to four Pro Bowls, one All-Pro Team, and being named NFL Offensive Player of the Year once.
Of course, that 28-3 lead over Tom Brady in the Super Bowl will haunt him until the end of time, but he still had an outstanding career.
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