Dallas Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones has his personal tackle what Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan Byron Kennedy ought to’ve achieved when wideout Mike Evans mistakenly handed him Tom Brady’s 600th landing move soccer on Sunday: play hardball.
Jones mentioned Tuesday throughout his weekly look on KRLD radio, that he would’ve handled the historic token as his personal little one.
“I might be exhausting to commerce with,” he mentioned, by way of NFL.com’s Kevin Patra. “I’d clarify to all people that is like asking me for my child. After which I might tear up for them just a little bit once I take into consideration how I am gonna have that (ball) once I’m 90 … Then, in spite of everything of that, then I might take gives.”
The ball has been estimated to be price round at the least $500,000 so to make it seem to be a good commerce (that’s debatable), the Bucs supplied Kennedy two signed jerseys, a helmet from Brady, a signed Evans jersey and game-used cleats, $1,000 price of staff retailer credit score and two season tickets for the remainder of the 2021 season and all of the 2022 season.
If that wasn’t sufficient, Brady himself mentioned throughout an look on “Monday Night time Soccer” simulcast with brothers Peyton and Eli Manning, that he could be giving the superfan Bitcoin — which is estimated at round $63,000 at present.
“I believe it labored out fairly properly,” Brady mentioned. “I am additionally giving him a Bitcoin. That is fairly cool too. On the finish of the day, I believe he is nonetheless making out fairly properly.”
Brady additionally joked that the second Kennedy handed over the ball, “he misplaced all of his leverage.”
Hindsight is at all times 20/20 however it looks like Kennedy made out fairly properly.