As a part of his multiple business ventures, Tom Brady recently agreed to deal with Mark Davis to buy a minority stake in the NFL franchise Las Vegas Raiders. While the deal hasn’t been official yet, Brady has already started indulging in his passive duties. During the Raiders’ final preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Brady was present in the stadium with the Raiders camp and also involved in a cheeky banter with the Cowboys LB Micah Parsons.
In a video posted by the NFL on the social media platform X, Brady could be seen joking with Micah Parsons. “He owes me, He owes me,” Parsons told the group of people surrounding Brady. “I don’t owe you anything,” Brady responded. “You hit me too much. I don’t owe you s–t.”
It seems like Brady is still not over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ loss to the Cowboys in the NFC Wildcard round earlier this year. In that game, Parsons had one sack and two quarterback hits, which are apparently still not forgotten by the former Buccaneer signal-caller. Furthermore, Parsons also made Brady work hard when the Bucs faced the Cowboys in week 1 of the 2022 regular season. The 2-time Pro Bowl linebacker registered 2 sacks and 2 QB hits in that game against Brady, but the Bucs managed to win the game 13-9.
Nonetheless, the Raiders did not take the advice of Brady, who told the Las Vegas QBs to ruin the Cowboys’ nights. The Raiders ended up losing the game 31-16. But the Raiders’ new off-season addition Kristian Wilkerson looked solid as he caught 10 passes for 122 yards.
The Cowboys third stringer Will Grier put on a show as he registered 305 passing yards and 4 total touchdowns. However, he will be soon released from the team to make room for Dallas’ new addition Trey Lance. The Cowboys traded a 4th rounder to acquire Lance from the San Francisco 49ers. Adding Lance to the QB room has made people question the future of Dak Prescott in Dallas.
The 15-time Pro Bowl quarterback Tom Brady has been keeping himself busy with his multiple business ventures since retiring from playing football earlier this year. He has brought minority stakes in the WNBA franchise Las Vegas Aces and the English soccer club Birmingham City F.C. He has also reached a deal with owner Mark Davis to buy an ownership stake in the NFL franchise Raiders.
However, a new rule has complicated things for the 7-time Super Bowl champion, but it seems both parties will figure it out since Brady has already started attending Raiders games. Brady has already revealed that he is planning to play a very passive role in the Las Vegas-based football team. Having a guy like Brady in their camp will greatly help the Raiders win championship rings in the future.