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Tom Brady's shocking news: he owns a team in Las Vegas, just not the one you're thinking

Tom Brady, the seven-time Super Bowl champion, is not content with just being one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. After temporarily buying a minority stake in the Miami Dolphins, Brady has now acquired an ownership interest in a WNBA franchise owned by Raiders' Mark Davis: Las Vegas Aces. The announcement was made by Davis on Thursday.

Brady's interest in women's sports has been long-standing. "My love for women's sports began at a young age when I would tag along to all my older sisters' games," he said in a statement. "They were by far the best athletes in our house! We celebrated their accomplishments together as a family, and they remain a great inspiration to me."

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This investment has sparked rumors that Brady may have future plans to become involved in women's sports. Last year, UFC president Dana White claimed that he brokered a deal to bring Brady to the Raiders in 2020, but former head coach Jon Gruden vetoed it.

While Brady is currently retired, he has shown that he is willing and able to change his mind at any time.

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At the Scouting Combine, Raiders coach Josh McDaniels told PFT Live that he believes Brady is retired for good this time. However, if Brady were to change his mind, the contract that the team gave to Jimmy Garoppolo would not prevent the Raiders from signing Brady to a team-friendly deal.

The potential for Brady to make a comeback in a different league has caused quite a stir, and fans are speculating about what his future plans may be. Some believe that Brady could be laying the groundwork for a future investment in women's sports. Others speculate that he may be considering a return to football, perhaps with the Raiders or another team.

Regardless of his plans, Brady's investment in the WNBA franchise demonstrates his ongoing commitment to women's sports. As one fan put it, "You never know what Tom Brady is going to do next. That's what makes him so exciting to watch."

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