Tom Brady signs with WME for off-field representation

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has signed with William Morris Endeavor for his off-field representation. The news was first reported by the Hollywood Reporter.

Brady’s off-field activities include performance lifestyle brand TB12, which he co-founded in 2013.

It is unclear if this move signifies that Brady is preparing for his life after retiring from the National Football League.

Brady, who turns 42 on Aug. 3, is preparing for his 20th season in the league. He secured a record sixth Super Bowl ring in February.

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