Former Bucs QB Tom Brady, Mark Davis agree to minority share with Raiders

Former Bucs QB Tom Brady is close to becoming a minority shareholder for an NFL team.

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It was reported weeks ago that Brady had interest in becoming a minority owner with the Las Vegas Raiders, but NFL reporter Albert Breer reported on Monday that Brady and owner Mark Davis — who are already partnered in ownership with the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces — have agreed to a sale of a minority share and that the two have submitted the bid to the NFL for approval.

As mentioned previously, this move would almost certainly be the final nail in the coffin for Brady ever playing football again. If Brady secures his minority stake, he would be unable to play for any other team aside from the Las Vegas Raiders as per NFL rules — even then, if he did want to suit up in black and silver, he’d have to get approval from the league to do so.

Breer mentioned that the sale of the minority stake likely will not go through during the league’s upcoming spring meetings, but that it could be confirmed sometime afterward.

Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire