After winning his seventh Super Bowl title and solidifying himself as the greatest ever, Tom Brady memorabilia continues to sell at high prices.
The football, which the former New England Patriots quarterback used to throw his first NFL touchdown pass on October 14, 2001, which was auctioned off by Lelands, sold for over $ 428,000, according to Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal.
The auction started with $ 75,000 and generated 33 bids in total.
The seller told Daniels he caught the ball when former Patriots receiver Terry Glenn threw it in the stands at Foxboro Stadium after a touchdown.
The seller wants to remain anonymous to avoid potential setbacks from Patriots fans who were unhappy that he kept the ball. He said, however, that he talked to the Patriots about the ball, but they never came to an agreement.
Lelands also recently sold an autographed Brady 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket card last Friday for a record $ 3.1 million.
Brady spent the first 20 years of his career with the Patriots before signing with Tampa Bay last offseason. He won six Super Bowls in New England along with Bill Belichick.