In retirement, Tom Brady will have more time to pursue his business empire, which includes his wellness brand, TB12, the documentary production company, Religion of Sports, and shares with the cryptocurrency company, FTX Trading.
Earlier this year he launched his own clothing line and signed deals with a host of college athletes to endorse the brand, nicknamed “Brady.” The new label offers “technical clothing for training and living,” according to its website.
The brand Brady its yours. The superstar quarterback, hailed by many as “The Goat”, partnered with Jens Grede to build the brand. Grede has already built three multi-million dollar fashion empires, including two separate ones for the Kardashian sisters, Kim and Khloe. The creative director of the Brady line is Dao-Yi Chow, who designed the New York Public School brand.
“I thought about launching a clothing brand for many years and we wanted this one, with Jens and Dao, to be perfect,” Brady told the fashion outlet. WWD In an interview.
“We wanted to make sure that we really got it done and got it right. I’m closer to the end of my football career, but at the same time, (I want to do) things that are fun.”
A Brady There’s no shortage of college athletes signing up as ambassadors, now that the NCAA has allowed them to cash in on their own names. Nine athletes have signed up, including Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara, Jackson State quarterback Shedeur Sanders and Georgia wide receiver George Pickens. The Brady brand has also brought in college tennis players Patrick Zahraj of UCLA and Andrew Fenty of the University of Michigan.
Tom Brady retires after 22 seasons in the NFL, in which he was a seven-time champion of the Super Bowl. This season accentuated the comments about his departure.
“As I’ve grown up, I think the best part is that football is extremely important in my life and it means a lot to me and I care about what we’re trying to accomplish as a team and my teammates. The biggest difference now that I am older is that now I have children and I also care a lot about them.”