While we aren't sure where Brady will spend his last season on the field, the Patriots Star does have some other exciting news. Tom Brady is starting a whole new career in Hollywood with 199 Productions.
What's in the name? Brady based the new brand title on his selection number from the iconic 2000 draft.
According to the NFL, the company will be "a global multi-platform content company to develop original premium content including documentaries, feature films, and television shows."
You're probably wondering how the Avengers ties in. He's picked the Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo to create the ultimate super team.
The dynamic duo (or trio) will work to create a documentary called Unseen Football.
Brady said in an Instagram post, "When I was the 199th draft pick in 2000, I knew I needed to work hard every day to prove myself. Launching a production company is no different..."
He went on to say, "I believe in the essence of teamwork, and I have no doubt, our 199 Productions team and partners will create inspiring content to share with the world. Stay tuned.. exciting times are ahead, both on and off the field."
Fans in the comment section and even think this confirms he's moving on to join the San Diego Chargers.
One read, "Congrats... AND does this mean you’re going to the Chargers? I won’t say anything."
Me checking Twitter to find out if Tom Brady joined the Chargers. https://t.co/NyFlxGGsux— Cameron Grant (@Cameron Grant)1583717189.0
Another said, "Tom Brady to the chargers confirmed."
From the looks of things, he's following in the footsteps of other pro legends (aka Lebron James). Lebron's founding of Springhill Entertainment took him out west.
Yo 90’s babies we’ve really had it great watching sports. We’ve seen prime Kobe, LeBron, Shaq, Tiger Woods, Steph,… https://t.co/soYBiyyDgn— Phamous Phillips (@Phamous Phillips)1583718682.0
Only time will tell who Brady picks for his final season on the field. Whether he stays with the Patriots or joins the Chargers, we're happy to see him living life to the fullest and making moves. Good luck, Brady!