Tom Brady Raiders Percentage: Tom Brady has agreed to buy a small stake in the Raiders, but he still has to go through one more step.
Tom Brady, a recently retired quarterback who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame, has decided to buy a small share of the Las Vegas Raiders.
At this point, Brady’s agreement to buy the team has been sent to the league office and needs to be accepted by the NFL. Also, neither the Raiders nor Brady have said anything publicly about the deal as of the time this article was written.
“Tom Brady, who used to play quarterback for the Patriots and Bucs, has decided to buy a small share of the Raiders. The deal has been made and sent to the NFL for approval.
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It won’t be finished by the spring meeting, but work is being done on it, tweeted Sports Illustrated writer Albert Breer on Monday.
At the moment, nobody knows how much money Brady is putting into the business. ProFootballTalk says that Brady would have to pay between $40 million and $60 million to own 1% of the team.
The Las Vegas Raiders were formed in 1960 as the Oakland Raiders. They moved to Nevada in 2020 and are now owned by Mark and Carol Davis. The Raiders have been in the NFL for over sixty years and have become one of the most well-known teams in the league.
But over the last 20 years, the Raiders have mostly been average. Since 2000, they have only made the playoffs five times: in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2016, and 2021.
Brady’s investment in the Raiders arrives just a few weeks after the 45-year-old declared his retirement from the National Football League shortly after 23 great seasons, 20 with the New England Patriots and the last three with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
During his 23 years in the NFL, Brady won seven Super Bowls, which is more than any other player or team. He also has the most passing touchdowns, yards, completions, games started, wins, and almost every other important number for quarterbacks.