Tom Brady’s Final Touchdown Pass Sells For 6-Figure Pay Day

Tom Brady retired earlier this off-season making his 55-yard touchdown pass to Mike Evans in the Divisional Playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams his final touchdown pass in his historic career.

The ball was thrown in the stands by Mike Evans after scoring, and one lucky fan was able to make a massive payday as the ball sold for $518,000 in an auction this weekend.

It’s not the first time Mike Evans got a little excited and gave a ball away to a spectator. Evans gave away Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown pass earlier this year where a fan was generous enough to trade the ball back for some swag, money and tickets.

Brady is a first ballot Hall of Famer and while he “retired” this off-season, he seems to still be leaving the door open for a comeback.

Clearly the holder of the ball got a little worried about Brady’s possible comeback, but a $518,000 pay day will help anyone out at this point!


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