Tom Brady is arguably one of the greatest football players in the history of the sport. He also isn’t afraid to speak his mind when it comes to NFL’s rules and regulations. It seems Brady’s name continues to hold a lot of value.
Brady’s time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is always a huge topic of discussion as the quarterback continues to play at a remarkable rate despite being 44 years old right now.
Back in September last year, Tom Brady even went so far as to say that he can play until he is 50 years of age, which certainly made fans wonder whether he can maintain that level of condition for 6 more years.
According to TMZ Sports, Tom Brady’s 2000 rookie NFL season has been put up for auction and it might sell for $2,000,000. The card features TB12’s authentic signature on the front, with him in a Patriots away uniform. The back has statistics from when he was a quarterback at Michigan.
The rookie autographed card is already one of the highest-valued cards in the industry. The card will be available at MINT25/Lelands and is very likely going to break records as well. We will have to wait and see how much it will end up being sold for.