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Lot # 18: 2021 Mike Evans Game Worn Glove Used to Catch Tom Brady's 600th Touchdown Pass (Video Proof)

Category: Football

Starting Bid: $600.00

Bids: 13 (Bid History)

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Item was in Auction "Winter Classic 2022",
which ran from 2/13/2022 3:00 PM to
3/12/2022 10:00 PM

Presented is the opportunity to own a piece of history by possessing the game worn right glove that was on the hand of Tamp Bay Bucs' wide receiver Mike Evans when he caught Tom Brady's 600th touchdown pass. The touchdown pass was the first time an NFL quarterback ever reached 600 regular season touchdown passes, and the catch is thus a part of NFL lore. With the recent retirement of Tom Brady, the consensus NFL GOAT, landmark memorabilia of his career have even more significance. The game was on Oct. 24, 2021, at Tampa Bay's Tropicana Field. On a 3rd down and 7, from the Chicago Bears 9-yard line, Brady hit Evans with a pass over the middle for the touchdown less than ten seconds before the end of the first quarter. Evans caught six Brady passes for 76 yards and three touchdown passes on the day, and Tampa Bay beat Chicago 38-3. The Nike glove is a size 3XL, and it shows nice use. The bright red glove has the "3XL" size tag inside, at the wrist. Also, on the inside wrist area is the "NFL logo" tag. There is a white Nike Swoosh on the outside back part of the glove. The consignor was at the game and took a video of his son getting the glove. There is only one NFL GOAT, Tom Brady, and this glove provides a tangible connection to a major moment in his career. The consignor even took a video of his son receiving the glove from Evans after the game and uploaded it to YouTube:

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