Mahomes pointed to NFL legend Tom Brady’s investment moves — he’s currently trying to buy a stake in the Las Vegas Raiders — when speaking to reporters about his own goals. “I think Tom [Brady] is trying to do it right now but that’s definitely where you want to get to because I love this sport and I want to give back in any way possible when I’m done playing.” Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs shakes hands with Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 41-31 at Raymond James Stadium on October 02, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. MIKE EHRMANN/GETTY Brady, 45, has purchased partial ownership stake into four professional teams since his retirement in February, including Birmingham City FC, the Las Vegas Aces, a Major League Pickleball team and an electric boat racing team, according to Sports Illustrated. His other purchase attempt — a 10% stake in the Raiders — is still in limbo after months of waiting for the league and the other NFL owners to approve the deal, NBC Sports reported Thursday.
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Of course, Mahomes said he will “obviously” remain a Chiefs fan regardless of how any future ownership opportunities play out. “But at the same time, I want to have that competitive edge like I’ve always had my entire life,” the Super Bowl winner explained. The father-of-two added that he’s “always looking around” at investment opportunities across the various leagues, and is open to new ideas. “I mean obviously I can’t do it in the NFL while I’m playing, so I’m always looking around at other sports. It’s hard to get into all sports, NBA and all that different type of stuff, but I’m always keeping my ears open and if they give me an opportunity, I’m going to jump at it.” On Tuesday, Otro Capital announced Mahomes and Kelce, 34, as the lead investors in an ownership group that secured a $218 million investment into a Formula 1 team, Alpine Racing.