Tom Brady made his first appearance as a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders this past weekend.
The Cowboys locked horns with the Raiders for each team's preseason finale, with Dallas ultimately getting the win to wrap up preseason proceedings.
While Brady didn't get to witness a win in his first game in attendance as a minority owner,
the Raiders will have the opportunity to rectify that when they take on Russell Wilson's Denver Broncos in the NFL's Week 1 schedule.
Brady's business relationship with Raiders owner Mark Davis began back in March.
At the time, the seven-time Super Bowl champion wrapped up a deal to come aboard the ownership group at the WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces.
Since then, there were rumors that Brady was looking for a way into NFL ownership.
Davis granted him that in this year. While the exact amount of Brady's investment has not been made public,
it's safe to assume that he owns less than 51% of the Raiders since he was brought on board as a minority owner.
Brady, of course, also had a brief fling with Dolphins ownership. Back in 2022,
there were multiple reports that Miami was looking to bring Brady to town to become their quarterback and, eventually, go up to the boardroom as a minority owner.
The Dolphins were ultimately sanctioned over the move and docked a pick in the 2023 NFL Draft,
for 'impermissible contact' with Brady since he was still under contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.