As Tom Brady gears up for his 20th season on an NFL field, he's expanding his business empire off it.

The New England Patriots quarterback officially opened the doors of his TB12 Sports Therapy Center on Boston's Boylston Street on Tuesday, adding a second location to complement the original TB12 facility at Patriot Place.

Brady plugged the new facility in an Instagram post Tuesday night while sharing plans to add several more TB12 Centers across the country as he spreads his "TB12 Method" of improved fitness through pliability across the country.

And judging by the replies to Brady's post, there's serious interest in more TB12 Sports.

Here's retired New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez in the comment section:

"Love it. Can’t wait to attend a bunch of them!!💥 Looks great!!"

And FOX television personality Erin Andrews, who wants a TB12 Sports in Los Angeles:

"Congrats guys!! Come to La!!!!"

Detroit Lions wide receiver Marvin Jones, a Southern California native, chimed in by pushing for a San Diego location:

Actor Mark Wahlberg also showed support for his long-time pal in the comment section, as did several of Brady's current and former Patriots teammates, including James White, Benjamin Watson, Willie McGinest and ex-running back Stevan Ridley.


"Talk about expanding... Sheeesh!!" Ridley wrote. "When your good, your good! Congrats to you and the team!"

Brady's TB12 brand has taken off in recent years, as athletes and celebrities alike have seen how he and training partner Alex Guerrero have kept the QB in incredible shape into his 40s.

Brady has no plans to retire anytime soon, but it sounds like he has a healthy business to fall back on when that time comes.

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