The Bucs have officially negotiated a deal with the fan who gave back Tom Brady’s 600th TD after Mike Evans mistakenly handed it to him.
On Monday afternoon Darren Rovell reported that the Bucs will give the fan two signed jerseys and a helmet from Brady, a signed Mike Evans jersey and his game cleats, a $1K credit at the Bucs team store, and two season tickets for the remainder of this season plus next season.
JUST IN: The deal has been made with the Bucs fan who gave up the Brady ball.
He will receive:
2 signed jerseys + a helmet from Tom.
A signed Mike Evans jersey + his game cleats.
A $1K credit at the Bucs team store.
2 season tickets for the remainder of this season + next
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 25, 2021
While all of that is nice, it falls short of the $500k it would have “easily” made on the auction block, according to Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions.
Fan gets Tom Brady’s 600th TD ball after Mike Evans handed it to him not realizing what it was.
The Bucs staff came over to ask for it back and fan complied.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 24, 2021
People saying no have zero clue about the memorabilia and trading card market. And it could easily go for $900,000 as,likely as it goes for $500K
Compare that to 500 HR balls in baseball that can sell for $250k + and been done 28 times. This is one of a kind and
— Ken Goldin (@KenGoldin) October 24, 2021
The fan had requested to play a round of golf with Brady during negotiations, but it appears that he got turned down.