On Sunday, Tom Brady created the NFL’s 600 club, throwing his 600th career touchdown pass at the close of the first quarter to put Tampa Bay up 21-0 against the Chicago Bears.
Only problem here is that Mike Evans had no clue about this as he chose a fan in the front row behind the end zone and gave him the ball. A Buccaneers official quickly ran to the fan and negotiated something to get the souvenir back.
What sucks even more for that fan is that he likely did not realize what he had and how much it would be worth if he simply turned down that Bucs stafer.
The ball could be worth $500,000, according to Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions.
Once Evans found out what he did, his reaction was caught on camera:
Brady entered the game as the all-time leader in passing touchdowns and passing yardage. He had the lead over other greats Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.
Evans currently has three touchdowns on the day.