Sources have revealed that former NFL legend Tom Brady is currently in negotiations to become a limited partner of the Las Vegas Raiders, potentially marking his second partnership with Raiders owner Mark Davis in under two months. While discussions between the two parties have been ongoing for several weeks, the situation remains fluid and sensitive. Reports suggest that Brady’s investment would be passive, meaning he would not have any operational control over the club’s business or football matters. Although the NFL has declined to comment, Brady’s star power and business acumen would be expected to help the Raiders realize their financial potential in a city he frequently visits. If the partnership is agreed, at least 24 current team owners would need to approve Brady’s limited partnership. Despite this, it is thought that Brady’s recent 10-year, $375 million contract with Fox would remain unaffected by his investment. While Brady had previously shown interest in owning a minority stake in the Miami Dolphins, he is not expected to try to play for the Raiders, even if he wanted to.
as a limited partner and player, which is unlikely given the potential conflict of interest. Instead, Brady’s partnership with the Raiders would likely focus on business and marketing opportunities, leveraging his brand and connections to help the team generate revenue and expand its reach in the Las Vegas market. Brady’s previous partnership with Mark Davis Seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady acquired an ownership stake in the WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces and also his brand Tb 12 a sports nutrition company This suggests that the two have a strong working relationship and shared vision for the future of sports and wellness. If the Raiders are able to secure Brady’s investment, it could be a major coup for the team and a sign of their growing influence in the NFL. Having the Goldenboy of the NFL as a part owner could be a welcomed shift in the relationship between the league and the Raiders.