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Another Tom Brady rookie card, another record

Mike Florio and Chris Simms don’t give Tom Brady credit for “coming clean” about the fourth-down confusion against the Bears, because they don’t believe he would’ve joked about it if the Bucs hadn’t won Super Bowl LV.

Tom Brady may not be as old as Honus Wagner (Brady is getting there), but Brady’s rookie cards continue to make the coveted Honus Wagner trading card seem like old news.

Specifically, a 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket No. 144 Tom Brady Rookie Autograph card went for $3.1 million through Lelands, shattering the prior record of $2.25 million.

Before that, another Brady rookie card went for $1.32 million.

As Brady continues to play and continues to compete for championships, the value of those cards presumably will only increase. For now, someone with plenty of money to spare has a piece of cardboard for which he or she has forked over $3.1 million.