Tom Brady’s not-final touchdown pass is up for sale, again

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After Tom Brady retired in February, the ball that ended up being his final touchdown pass sold at auction for $518,000. Then, Brady came back. The buyer, who apparently was exempt from the phrase “buyer beware,” got a pass.

But it’s back. Lelands is offering the ball that would have been Brady’s final touchdown pass, if he has indeed retired.

The bidding for the ball caught by receiver Mike Evans and thrown into the stands starts at $25,000. And someone has already put $25,000 on the table. The auction remains open until September 17.

So if you’re not 45 and don’t have a lot of shit going on, explore the possibility of getting the ball that ended up being Brady’s last touchdown pass, until his next one.

Tom Brady’s not-final touchdown pass is up for sale, again originally appeared on Pro Football Talk