Talk about…just…BAD timing.
The ball used for what was supposed to be Tom Brady’s final touchdown pass has been sold at auction for $518 thousand.
That play happened as Brady threw the ball to wide receiver Mike Evans in an NFC divisional playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams. Not knowing that Brady would soon retire, Evans threw the ball into the stands to a lucky fan who later take it to the auction.
Of course, now we know that Tom Brady has un-retired and is heading back to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for another season. So…congrats to that person spent a lot of money on something not really worth much?
Read more about it HERE! Is there a piece of sports history that you would like to own?
One day before Tom Brady unretired, someone paid more than $518,000 for the ball that would have been, but definitely is not, the last touchdown pass of his career. https://t.co/gd30ex8rZn
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 13, 2022