Tom Brady is pictured leaving Miami office building minutes after real estate billionaire Jeffrey Soffer
- The seven-time Super Bowl champion has expanded his business portfolio
- Earlier this week, he became a “strategic advisor” for the airline Delta.
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Tom Brady is making moves during the NFL season — it’s no surprise, although for the first time in over two decades, it doesn’t have much to do with pigskin.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion was photographed leaving an office building in Miami.
For those who are dreaming, no, it wasn’t at the Dolphins’ practice facility in Miami Gardens.
However, Brady was in the 305 and was seen leaving just minutes after billionaire real estate mogul Jeffrey Soffer, a known friend of the former quarterback.
Brady wore an all-black outfit – probably not an homage to the New Zealand rugby team – which included a backwards cap and Under Armor kicks.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion was photographed leaving an office building in Miami on Friday.
The NFL legend was photographed leaving just minutes after real estate billionaire Jeffrey Sober.
The 46-year-old won seven Super Bowl crowns during an astonishing 23-year NFL career.
Brady’s former teams – New England and Tampa Bay – begin their 2023 NFL seasons on Sunday
Brady has expanded his post-NFL business portfolio and earlier this week joined Delta Air Lines as a “strategic advisor” and brand advocate.
The 46-year-old, who retired in February aged 45, signed a “long-term” contract with the airline and Delta CEO Ed Bastian said: “The magic is going to happen.”
Brady’s mother, Galynn, worked as a flight attendant during his childhood.
In August, the former quarterback became a minority owner of English football club Birmingham City. Earlier this year, he also purchased a stake in the WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces.
In May, Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis said he had “reached an agreement” with Brady to join the organization’s ownership group, pending approval from the NFL.
Starting next season, Brady will become Fox Sports’ lead NFL analyst. The 46-year-old has reportedly signed a ten-year contract worth $375 million.