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On Sunday - Tom Brady added yet another NFL Record to his resume - AND - another football for his trophy case.  

 

Brady threw for an NFL Record 600th Touchdown - the ONLY QB in NFL history to accomplish such a feat.  Not knowing about the record - Bucs WR Mike Evans gave the football to a fan in the end zone.

 

A Bucs representative then had to negotiate with the fan to try to retrieve the valuable piece of NFL history.

 

The compensation?  A different game ball - plus - a $1000 to the Buccaneers store.

 

If YOU had been the lucky recipient of this football - what would YOU have asked for in return?

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24 minutes ago, sb41champs said:

On Sunday - Tom Brady added yet another NFL Record to his resume - AND - another football for his trophy case.  

 

Brady threw for an NFL Record 600th Touchdown - the ONLY QB in NFL history to accomplish such a feat.  Not knowing about the record - Bucs WR Mike Evans gave the football to a fan in the end zone.

 

A Bucs representative then had to negotiate with the fan to try to retrieve the valuable piece of NFL history.

 

The compensation?  A different game ball - plus - a $1000 to the Buccaneers store.

 

If YOU had been the lucky recipient of this football - what would YOU have asked for in return?

Lifetime seasons tickets in the club level that can be transferred to my children

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Yeah Im certain anyone here would've asked for the moon. Keep in mind Evans gave a specific little kid who had been battling cancer the ball. Doubt the little guy would understand the amount of leverage he had. Plus he was already happy to be there after receiving the tickets for free.

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8 hours ago, life long said:

Yeah Im certain anyone here would've asked for the moon. Keep in mind Evans gave a specific little kid who had been battling cancer the ball. Doubt the little guy would understand the amount of leverage he had. Plus he was already happy to be there after receiving the tickets for free.

It wasn't a little kid with cancer, I don't think he was given free tickets to the game either. 

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Nice gesture to the fan who actually gave the ball back. But in all honesty I wonder if the fan really knew the significance in THAT moment they received the ball. Was probably just happy to be given a ball from an NFL player, not thinking "oh yeah, this is the 600 TD ball It's gonna be worth alot." So knowing that I would've taken anything.. then probably regretted it the day after.. 

 

1,000 store card is kind of a joke if the Bucs knew worth of that football.. 

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17 hours ago, King Colt said:

Nothing 

Not a good negotiator, huh?

 

The lucky fan is getting two signed jerseys AND a helmet from Mr. Brady himself, a Mike Evans autographed jersey and game-worn cleats and $1,000 to the team store, TMZ Sports has confirmed.

But, that's not all -- the fan is also getting 2 season tickets to the remainder of this season and next season 

Brady is also giving him $62,000.

 

The fan made out pretty well.

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40 minutes ago, Myles said:

Not a good negotiator, huh?

 

The lucky fan is getting two signed jerseys AND a helmet from Mr. Brady himself, a Mike Evans autographed jersey and game-worn cleats and $1,000 to the team store, TMZ Sports has confirmed.

But, that's not all -- the fan is also getting 2 season tickets to the remainder of this season and next season 

Brady is also giving him $62,000.

 

The fan made out pretty well.

 

Yes, that Bitcoin Brady gave him could end up being $100K at some point in time.

 

He could turn around and sell those signed jerseys and make money too. Even if the ball sells for say $1 million, the fan probably got at least 15-20% of what the ball would have sold for if he holds on to the bitcoin smartly. Plus, no lawsuits from the NFL or the Bucs or Brady to worry about or deal with (which they can do to get the ball back since it was their stuff to begin with that they gave voluntarily but can ask back for it as well), no hassle whatsoever

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On 10/26/2021 at 8:28 AM, Myles said:

Not a good negotiator, huh?

 

The lucky fan is getting two signed jerseys AND a helmet from Mr. Brady himself, a Mike Evans autographed jersey and game-worn cleats and $1,000 to the team store, TMZ Sports has confirmed.

But, that's not all -- the fan is also getting 2 season tickets to the remainder of this season and next season 

Brady is also giving him $62,000.

 

The fan made out pretty well.

Could have sold the ball when Brady retires probably for over a mil

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53 minutes ago, Nesjan3 said:

Could have sold the ball when Brady retires probably for over a mil

Yeah, maybe.  Will number 600 be worth allot more than 601, 602, 603, 610, 650?   Maybe, but I'll take the total of around $100,000 or more now than to wait and be berated in the media.

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5 hours ago, Myles said:

Yeah, maybe.  Will number 600 be worth allot more than 601, 602, 603, 610, 650?   Maybe, but I'll take the total of around $100,000 or more now than to wait and be berated in the media.

If you would even make it out of the stadium with the ball

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5 hours ago, Myles said:

Yeah, maybe.  Will number 600 be worth allot more than 601, 602, 603, 610, 650?   Maybe, but I'll take the total of around $100,000 or more now than to wait and be berated in the media.

yeah the value of this one could vary a lot depending on what he ends up with.  He could hit 700+ if he has a few more good seasons, maybe more?  They have the receivers to do it, and they dont let off the gas much in blow outs 

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