Tom Brady sets new record for football cards as his rookie card sells for $2.3 million

Just weeks after one of his 2,000 rookie tickets sold for a record $1.32 million, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady set a new record Friday for the most expensive football ticket. According to Tim Daniels of Bleacher Report, Brady’s autographed card – a rookie ticket to the 2000 playoff championship – sold for $2,252,855 at Friday night’s auction at Leland. According to a report from ABC6’s Sam LaFrance, Brady’s rookie card is worth more than the veteran quarterback’s base salary for the upcoming season. After Brady restructured his contract to give the Buccaneers enough room to contract free agents, he would earn just $1,075,000 in the 2021-22 NFL season.

Action Network HQ’s Darren Rovell was the first to announce Brady’s football record as a rookie.

According to Daniels, Brady’s rookie card, who was selected 199th overall by the New England Patriots in the 2000 NFL Draft, received an 8.5 from the Beckett evaluation service. The overall rating means he’s almost printed, while the rating for the signature is 9. According to Leland, the card was purchased on eBay more than a decade ago and has been in a private collection ever since.

Lilands added that the card was one of the few ever offered for sale, with a score of 99 out of 100. After his rookie card sold for $1.32 million, Brady responded to the news by saying he was going to clean out his garage. Brady’s ticket price skyrocketed after he won his seventh Super Bowl ring.

Bucs GM gives update on Brady’s operation

Earlier, Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht gave an update on Brady’s recovery from his preseason knee surgery, according to ESPN’s Jenna Laine. Based on a conversation with Brady last week, Licht said the surgery, described as minor, went well and the veteran quarterback is progressing well.

I don’t want to give an exact timetable right now because I don’t want to set expectations, but I know it’s going to be very good, Light said. When asked in February about Brady’s recovery time, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said the quarterback could be ready to play 7-on-7 in June. Brady recently signed a four-year contract extension with the Buccaneers, which is essentially a one-year extension due to three years of inactivity. The deal allows Brady, 43, to reach his previous goal of 45.

Bucs exercise vita vía option for fifth year

Licht says the Buccaneers also have a five-year option on defensive lineman Vita Vea, their 12th pick. 2018 NFL Draft overall pick, exercised, as Luke Easterling of USA Today reports.

The Pirates made their mark with their 12th consecutive. The choice has paid off for Vea, who has become one of the league’s most dominant nose tackles and plays a key role in Tampa Bay’s devastating defensive front. The move will cost the Buccaneers just over $7 million in space for 2022.

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How much is Tom Brady’s rookie card worth?

Tom Brady’s rookie card sells for $2.25 million, a new football record.

What is Tom Brady’s most expensive card?

(CNN) – Tom Brady’s rookie card just sold for more than $1.3 million, making it the most expensive trading card in football history. According to PWCC Marketplace, the auction house that sold the card, the signed 2000 playoff championship card is one of only 100 in the world.

How much is Tom Brady’s autographed card worth?

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sold an autographed rookie card on eBay Monday night for $400,100. At $400,100, Brady’s card is the most expensive football card ever sold at auction.

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