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No sale of Brady’s “last” TD ball after all

by The 100 Companies

After further review, the sale of the ball Tom Brady threw for his “last” touchdown pass has been reversed.

In an auction run by sports memorabilia auction house Lelands, Miami developer Ron Firman paid $518,628 for the ball that Brady threw for a touchdown to Mike Evans during the Bucs’ playoff loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Brady later announced his retirement.

Shortly after the sale, Brady said, nope, he wasn’t retiring after all.

“Following Tom Brady’s unretirement, and after discussions with both the buyer and consignor, we have mutually agreed to void the sale of the football,” Lelands said.

– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises

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