Tom Brady returns to the NFL… as an OWNER! Legendary quarterback ‘in deep discussions’ with Las Vegas Raiders to become minority partner in second foray into business with Mark Davis
Tom Brady is in “deep discussions” to become a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders, according to a new report.
Brady, the seven-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback with the Patriots and Bucs, announced his retirement from the NFL in February after 23 seasons.
And now, ESPN has reported that talks between Brady and Vegas owner Mark Davis have been going on for weeks.
However, the publication quoted sources as calling the negotiations “extremely sensitive and fluid,” while a source close to the situation said Brady’s investment would be “passive” – as if he would have no control over business or football matters.
An agreement between Brady and Davis that he would become a minority owner with the Raiders would be their second outing together this year.
In March, Brady announced he was becoming a limited partner in the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces, another franchise owned by Davis.
Brady plans to start a massive 10-year, $375 million contract next year with FOX as an NFL broadcaster.
But according to a source quoted by ESPN, FOX has “blessed” its potential partnership with the Raiders.