Seven-Time Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady In Negotiations For Minority Ownership Of Raiders

Tom Brady, widely considered as one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the NFL, is reportedly negotiating with Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis about purchasing a piece of the team. Despite retiring from football in 2022 after a legendary career, Brady has remained active and continues to make headlines for his off-field ventures.

According to reports, Brady and Davis have been in “deep discussions” about the possibility of the seven-time Super Bowl champion coming on board in a limited partnership capacity. While nothing has been finalized yet, negotiations are still ongoing.

This isn’t the first time that Brady has collaborated with Davis. In fact, just a month ago, Brady purchased a stake in Davis’ WNBA team, the Las Vegas Aces. If this deal were to go through, it would be a significant milestone for Brady, who has expressed his desire to become an NFL owner for years.

Despite his potential involvement in the Raiders organization, Brady would reportedly not be involved in the team’s business or football affairs. It’s also been reported that his future with FOX Sports would not be affected, as he was given the green light to pursue ownership with the Raiders.

It’s worth noting that negotiations for these types of deals can be lengthy and complicated, and there’s no guarantee that anything will come of these talks. However, Brady’s track record of success both on and off the field make him an attractive partner for any organization.

In addition to his potential involvement with the Raiders, Brady also owns a Major League Pickleball team and has been making headlines for his investments and business ventures. His ability to excel in multiple areas has earned him a reputation as a savvy entrepreneur and investor.

As negotiations continue, it remains to be seen whether Brady will become a part-owner of the Raiders. Regardless of the outcome, his dedication to staying active and pursuing his passions after retirement is a testament to his drive and determination, both on and off the football field.

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Written by Landon Buford

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