The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan who mistakenly acquired Tom Brady’s 600th landing ball from broad receiver Mike Evans in the course of the crew’s win over the Chicago Bears solely actually desires one factor in return.

The fan, recognized as Byron Kennedy, acquired one other ball and a signed jersey, in keeping with FOX13 Tampa Bay. Kennedy advised NFL Network that up to now he is gotten a recreation ball and a present card.

TAMPA, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 24: Mike Evans #13 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrates with fans after scoring a touchdown in the first quarter against the Chicago Bears in the game at Raymond James Stadium on October 24, 2021 in Tampa, Florida.

TAMPA, FLORIDA – OCTOBER 24: Mike Evans #13 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrates with followers after scoring a landing within the first quarter in opposition to the Chicago Bears within the recreation at Raymond James Stadium on October 24, 2021 in Tampa, Florida.
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Kennedy added he hoped to hit the golf course with Brady sooner or later. when Andrew Siciliano requested Kennedy if he wished to re-negotiate the commerce.

“Re-negotiate? No, but maybe play a round of golf with Tom as a repayment. I think that would be pretty cool,” Kennedy mentioned.

When requested if he would fairly name performs, Kennedy responded: “Well if I was calling the plays we’d probably lose against the Saints so I’ll leave that up to the team.”

Kennedy mentioned he didn’t know in the intervening time it was No. 600. He mentioned if he knew it was the large milestone he didn’t assume it could have modified his thoughts about maintaining the duke.

“Had I kept the ball, I wasn’t going to sell it. It would’ve sat in my office at home,” he mentioned.

Kennedy advised the Tampa Bay Times he initially mentioned no to the Buccaneers coach who got here as much as him concerning the ball, however finally agreed to present it away as a result of Brady was asking for it.

Tom Brady (12) and Mike Evans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrate after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Chicago Bears in the game at Raymond James Stadium on Oct. 24, 2021, in Tampa, Florida.

Tom Brady (12) and Mike Evans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a good time after scoring a landing within the second quarter in opposition to the Chicago Bears within the recreation at Raymond James Stadium on Oct. 24, 2021, in Tampa, Florida.
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“Getting the ball was really cool. I don’t normally sit in the front row so I’ve never gotten the ball before. Giving it up was tough – the trainer came over and asked for it. What am I gonna do, say no to Tom Brady? He asked for the ball back. I didn’t need the ball. It was cool I got to hold it, take pictures with it, all that sort of stuff. And then, Tom Brady wanted it so I gave it back.”

TOM BRADY 600TH TD BALL WORTH PRETTY PENNY, FAN MADE BAD DEAL, MEMORABILIA AUCTION FOUNDER SAYS

Brady mentioned after the sport he doesn’t normally hold memorabilia objects like that however wished the ball this time.

“That’s pretty cool, that’s pretty cool – he’s going to get something nice in return. So we’ll get him a helmet or a couple of jerseys or some other stuff – it was really cool of him to do that,” Brady mentioned.

Ken Goldin, the founding father of Goldin Auctions, mentioned the ball may have fetched about $500,000 at minimal.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans pulls in quarterback Tom Brady's 600th career touchdown pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, in Tampa, Florida.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers broad receiver Mike Evans pulls in quarterback Tom Brady’s 600th profession landing cross in the course of the first half of an NFL soccer recreation in opposition to the Chicago Bears Sunday, Oct. 24, 2021, in Tampa, Florida.
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“After catching @TomBrady’s 600th career touchdown, @MikeEvans13_ accidentally gave the ball to a fan,” Goldin tweeted.

“Given how historic this ball is as the first 600th TD in NFL history, I’d estimate this ball to be worth a minimum of $500,000 (and possibly much more).”

Goldin mentioned the deal the fan received was about nearly as good because the Charlotte Hornets buying and selling Kobe Bryant to the Los Angeles Lakers for Vlade Divac in 1996.