Longtime New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman recently announced he’ll be retiring from the NFL after an extremely successful run with the Pats.
While Edelman will be no longer be suiting up on Sundays, he won’t be without a job for very long. Edelman announced on Wednesday that he’ll be joining the “Inside The NFL” crew. He also announced that his production company, Coast Productions, will be teaming up with ViacomCBS to produce shows, movies, and documentaries.
“Annnnd action,” Edelman tweeted. “Coast Productions is teaming up with ViacomCBS! We’re gonna make movies, shows and docs on networks like Showtime, Nickelodeon and Paramount+. Speaking of which, I’m also joining the legendary cast at Inside the NFL. Y’all, let’s get to work.”
… Annnnd action! 🎥 @_coastpro is teaming up with @ViacomCBS! We're gonna make movies, shows and docs on networks like Showtime, Nickelodeon and Paramount+. Speaking of which, I'm also joining the legendary cast at @insidetheNFL
Yalla, let's get to work@aswissa @kylerschelling pic.twitter.com/ahWzaK3Bu6
— Julian Edelman (@Edelman11) April 21, 2021
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Julian Edelman talked about his excitement on joining the “Inside The NFL” crew.
“I’ve always been a fan of Inside the NFL, and the different way they have shown football, from the cinematography to the slow highlights, and the all-star cast they’ve had,” Edelman said, via Deadline. “It’ll just be fun to share what’s on my mind, but those guys have been in the TV world for over a decade. That’s a whole lot of nerves, like back when I got drafted in the seventh round by New England, and I was a quarterback from a small school who never played receiver. I have to make this team, and prove what I can do. That’s the mind-set I have, nervous but excited.”
Julian Edelman is already well on his way to a successful second act. Not bad for a guy who was drafted in the seventh round.