The football that former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady used to throw his first career touchdown pass is hitting the auction block on Sunday, Lelands Auctions said, per 7 News Boston.
Brady tossed his first-ever touchdown pass on Oct. 14, 2001 in a comeback win over the San Diego Chargers at Gillette Stadium. The then 24-year-old hit Terry Glenn on a 21-year-old score.
After celebrating his touchdown, Glenn tossed the ball into the stands, where it was grabbed by a season-ticket holder who has held onto it ever since.
The seller isn’t sure how much the football will fetch. Lelands previously sold the infamous Deflategate football for $43,740 in July 2015.
This is an excellent time to sell Brady memorabilia as his rookie card recently sold for $2.25 million in April. Brady memorabilia has skyrocketed in price since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback won his seventh Super Bowl title last season.