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Tom Brady’s Businesses and Wealth.

Football has returned, and it will be the first season in decades without legendary NFL quarterback Tom Brady, who announced his retirement earlier this year after 23 years on the field. Brady soon put such suspicions to rest after tearing his Achilles tendon in his first game with the New York Jets.

Brady may have retired his jersey for good, but the seven-time Super Bowl winner is far from idle. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Brady has a net worth of $300 million as a result of his decades-long career as a top quarterback in the NFL, as well as a succession of profitable enterprises and investments in sports teams.1 Here’s how Brady got his fortune.


According to Forbes, Brady, generally regarded as one of the best football players of all time, earned around $450 million throughout his 23-year career.2 The 45-year-old football star led Forbes’ list of the highest-paid NFL players in 2022, earning $30 million on the field and $45 million off the field via endorsement agreements and business enterprises.3

Brady was the quarterback for the New England Patriots for 20 seasons and led the club to the Super Bowl nine times, winning six of them.4 According to Forbes, Brady made $235 million in salary and bonuses during his time with the Patriots, for a total of $350 million during his time in New England.5

In 2020, the then-43-year-old quarterback departed the Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a two-year, $50 million deal, with an option for an extra $15 million in 2022.6

Brady has been the face of lucrative endorsement partnerships for brands like Subway, Under Armour, and Hertz, who recently renewed their relationship with him through 2024.

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