Tom Brady's First Ever NFL Touchdown Pass Football Is Up For Auction Now!


Maybe you have a Tom Brady Patriots jersey, but here's a chance to own Brady history. Tom Brady's first ever NFL touchdown pass football is up for auction right now.

On October 14, 2001, against the San Diego Chargers, TB12 connected with wide receiver Terry Glenn for a 21-yard score for the first touchdown pass of his Hall of Fame career. After Terry celebrated the touchdown, he fired the football into the stands, and it was grabbed by a then 27-year-old Rhode Island man and longtime New England Patriots season ticket holder.

The anonymous keeper of the sacred football, said he had it locked away in a safe deposit box for the past twenty years, but he would make a pilgrimage to visit it before Patriot playoff games.

"It’s been a great thrill to own Tom Brady’s first career touchdown pass because he’s the greatest quarterback in NFL history, and he’s also my favorite player ever," the seller said in a press release. "But now it’s time for someone else to enjoy it."

And now it can be yours. The most historic football to ever surface just went up for auction yesterday with an opening bid of $75,000. As of this writing the high bid is $91,163. You still have 25 days to drain the bank account to get this. Hey, it's an investment!

To make your bid, or just see how much it's going for, click here at Lelands.com.