Fan Spends $500K on Brady's "Last Touchdown Ball" Right Before He Unretired

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement last month, meaning that his final touchdown pass came in the Playoffs against the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth quarter.

Mike Evans, who caught the pass and took it to the end zone, flipped the ball into the stands to a fan.

The football was initially expected to go to auction and land a selling price at $1M or more. Instead, it ended up selling for a little over $500,000.

Only a few hours later, Brady announced he was coming back to the Bucs for another season. So, Brady's "final" touchdown ball might very well not be his final one in the NFL now.

It's unclear if the person who bought the football is entitled to a refund.

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