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Tom Brady’s 10-year, $375m Fox analyst deal WON’T be affected if he buys a stake in Raiders


Tom Brady’s lucrative 10-year, $375million contract with Fox analysts WILL NOT be affected if he buys a stake in the Las Vegas Raiders – after the TV giant ‘gave his blessing’ to the legendary quarterback

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Tom Brady reportedly received FOX’s “blessing” to explore investing in the Las Vegas Raiders.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion was free to explore the opportunity, according to ESPNwith Seth Wickersham and Adam Schefter suggesting his 10-year, $375 million mega-deal with the broadcaster will be “unaffected”.

Brady is said to be in “extensive talks” to become a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders, with ESPN reporting talks between him and owner Mark Davis have been “going on for weeks.”

The former Buccaneers and Patriots quarterback is expected to start working in the broadcast booth in 2024.

Sources quoted by ESPN described the negotiations as “extremely sensitive and fluid”, while a source close to the situation said Brady’s investment would be “passive” – ​​as in, he would have no control over business or football.

Tom Brady and Mark Davis could go into business together for the second time this year

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A deal between Brady and Davis for him to become a minority owner with the Raiders would be their second foray into business together this year.

In March, Brady announced he had become a limited partner of the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces, another Davis-owned franchise.

While some still cling to the idea of ​​Brady returning to the league as a quarterback, those days seem to be over.

Brady announced his second and ostensibly final retirement on February 1, 2023 in a succinct video on social media.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft has revealed he will be honored by New England in their home opener for the 2023 NFL season.

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Brady would be honored against a franchise that handed him what is widely considered to be one of his most infamous losses. The Eagles defeated NE 41-33 in Super Bowl LII

Brady has yet to be officially honored for his 20 seasons at Foxborough during which he won six Super Bowl titles for the AFC East organization.

New England will open its season at home against Philadelphia on Sept. 10 at 4:25 p.m. ET.

This will be a Super Bowl LII rematch in which Brady and the Pats infamously lost to the Nick Foles-led Eagles in Super Bowl 2018, 41-33.

New England and Philadelphia have played once since the Minneapolis clash, with Brady leading New England to a 17-10 win at Linc in November 2019.

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