What did fan who returned Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown pass receive?
Byron Kennedy has struck a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for bringing back the soccer ball Tom Brady threw for his 600th touchdown pass.
Brady met Mike Evans to hit the milestone on Sunday and the wide receiver passed the ball to Kennedy, dressed in a No. 13 Evans jersey.
Little did the wide receiver know that he was giving away a piece of football history.
Kennedy from St. Petersburg and the Buccaneers agreed on Monday to return the ball. A report on Sunday said football could have got up to 500,000 in the memorabilia market.
two signed jerseys and a helmet by Brady
a signed Evans jersey
Evans' playing shoes
a $ 1,000 balance in their team store
and two season tickets for the rest of this season as well as for the next season.
It doesn't sound like Kennedy got what he wanted when he was interviewed earlier in the day on the NFL Network: a round of golf on the GOAT.
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