Any kind of Tom Brady memorabilia is going to be worth a ton of money
Tom Brady threw his 600th career touchdown pass in a game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, and the fan who accidentally received the milestone from Mike Evans may have made the worst trade ever.
Evans delivered the ball to the fan not knowing it was Brady’s 600th touchdown pass. A member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization approached the fan and appeared to be trading with him for a very important ball. CBS’ Tracy Wolfson said the fan would get a piece of Brady memorabilia signed for the ball, but it could cost him a good chunk of change in the long run.
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Ken Goldin, founder of Goldin Auctions, estimated on Twitter that the ball was worth at least $500,000.
“After catching Tombrady’s 600th career touchdown, @MikeEvans13_ accidentally delivered the ball to a fan,” Goldin tweeted.
“Given how historic this ball is as the first 600th TD in NFL history, I estimate this ball to be worth at least $500,000 (and possibly much more).”
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Goldin said that the deal the fan got was almost as good as the Charlotte Hornets who traded Kobe Bryant to the Los Angeles Lakers for Vlade Divak in 1996.
Brady entered the game as the all-time leader in passing touchdowns and passing yardage. He had an edge over other greats Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.
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As Brady reached the 600, Rodgers still needed a few more seasons under his belt to reach the 500.