Tom Brady buys stake in Las Vegas Raiders: Owner Mark Davis agrees to sell stock to seven-time Super Bowl winner as deal awaits NFL approval
- Brady is already invested in another of Davis’ teams: the WNBA’s Las Vegas Ices
- The sale has been approved and submitted to the NFL for approval, per the report
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Tom Brady has bought a minority stake in the Las Vegas Raiders from owner Mark Davis, according to his Monday morning quarterback Albert Brier.
The sale has been approved, and submitted to the NFL for approval, which may take some time. There are no plans to process the sale at the spring meeting, Breer reports.
The size and cost of Brady’s stake were not disclosed, and team spokespeople did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s request for confirmation.
Brady is already invested in another of Davis’ teams: the WNBA Aces.
The news comes as Brady prepares to launch a broadcasting career with NFL analysis for Fox Sports. The recently retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback appeared on FS1 in February, telling Colin Coward he would wait to move into the booth until the fall of 2024.
Tom Brady bought a minority stake in the Las Vegas Raiders from owner Mark Davis