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The ball that was Tom Brady’s first touchdown pass goes for more than $425,000

Mike Florio and Peter King draft who they’d most want to have dinner with from the NFL community, including Aaron Rodgers, Vince Lombardi, Bill Belichick and more.

Tom Brady football cards aren’t the only items of memorabilia going for plenty of money. A Tom Brady football recently sold at auction in the mid-six figures.

The ball from Brady’s first touchdown pass, to Terry Glenn in an October 2001 game against the Chargers, went for $428,842 at auction via

The Patriots won that game, 29-26 in overtime.

Glenn caught the pass and tossed the ball into the stands. The fan who caught it kept it for nearly 20 years.

That’s still far less than the $3.1 million spent on a Tom Brady signed rookie card, during the same auction.