Tom Brady is launching a clothing line and has signed name, image and likeness deals with college athletes. As of last July, collegiate athletes can profit off endorsements when teaming up with companies and services.

The training wear and casual clothing line, BRADY, will feature ten young athletes.

Those featured will include two athletes from Brady’s alma mater, Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara and tennis player Andrew Fenty. Shadeur Sanders, Jackson State quarterback and son of NFL great Deion Sanders, Villanova basketball player Jermaine Samuels Jr., Maryland forward Julian Reese, Georgia receiver George Pickens, Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall, one of this year’s Pittsburgh Pirates draft choices Henry Davis, Boston College hockey player Jack St. Ivany, and UCLA tennis player Patrick Zahraj complete the athletes Brady has chosen to be the face of his brand.

“I’m proud to partner with this lineup of NCAA and newly drafted athletes for the first BRADY campaign,” Brady wrote on Instagram. “These hardworking and driven players embody the spirit and ethos in which this brand was founded. From my fellow Michigan Men in Cade McNamara and Andrew Fenty to Shedeur Sanders, Jermaine Samuels, and more, I’m excited for the world to first see BRADY on the next generation of superstars.”


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Brady continues to focus on endeavors that will last after his career is over.

“I feel like I’m living two lives,” Brady told the Wall Street Journal. “My football life and then my post-football life.”

BRADY will launch on January 12, 2022, and the line will be found at Nordstrom.

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