After WNBA Move, $250,000,000 Worth Tom Brady Teams Up With $2 Billion Business Magnet for Dream Project

Published 05/23/2023, 6:02 AM EDT

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Despite retiring from the NFL, 7X Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady continues to build ties in the world of sports. While fans are saddened by Brady’s retirement earlier this year. New England Patriots fans are looking forward to seeing him once again in the NFL as the franchise announced his arrival for the home opening game of the team. Apart from this, Brady has also been investing his time and $250 million net worth to improve the quality of different areas of sports. His first investment came in the form of a collaboration with the HERTZ-sponsored JOTA sports car team for motorsports. 

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Now, the NFL GOAT is still continuing his empirical investments. Tom Brady does not seem to have any plans to stop his investments in the world of sports. And adding another milestone to his post-retirement life, Brady is joining hands with a $2 billion dollar businessman for his next mega project.

Tom Brady joins hands with Mark Davis once again

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Tom Brady may have decided to retire for good from a 23-season glorious career in the NFL, but it does not mean he is completely done with the league. Initially, during his first retirement in 2021 from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, TB12 reportedly tried becoming a minority owner of the Miami Dolphins. But the NFL penalized the Dolphins for improper negotiations with Brady while still being in contract with the Bucs. Now, the NFL GOAT is finally joining hands with Mark Davis to become a minority of the Las Vegas Raiders

 

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After recent reports of Brady engaging in discussions with the Raiders, the 7X Super Bowl Champ and Davis have agreed to a deal that will make Brady a minority stakeholder at the Raiders. Davis told ESPN, “We have come to an agreement for Tom Brady to become a partner in the Raiders and we have submitted to the NFL for approval.” While the deal awaits the approval of the league, it is a vital step in Tom Brady’s NFL ownership reign.

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And this is not the first time Brady is joining hands with Mark Davis. The duo also agreed to a deal with the WNBA team the Las Vegas Aces earlier this year.

Brady’s investment in the WNBA

Just a month after his retirement in February, Brady announced that he was becoming an investor as a part owner of the WNBA team the Las Vegas Aces. According to the 45-year-old, he has always been a fan of women’s sports. During the announcement, he also talked about growing up with three incredible sisters who were also athletes in their own ways. Tom Brady’s love for women’s sports is clear, as he also makes time to show his support for his niece Maya Brady, who is a UCLA Softball star. With his investment in the Aces, he recently experienced the first taste of success after sharing his delight in the franchise, winning their season opener against the Seattle Storm in an incredible fashion.

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While fans wait for the new season of the league to being, they will also be excited to see the GOAT back in the NFL. But this time, it will not be as a player, but in the colors of a franchise owner in the league.

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