After his unretirement canceled the original sale, the ball from Tom Brady’s last touchdown pass of the 2021-22 NFL season has finally sold at auction — for a significantly lower price.
Auction house Lelands has closed the revised auction for the piece of Brady memorabilia with a winning bid of $129,657.
Originally, the ball — thought to be used on the last touchdown pass of Brady’s illustrious career during the Buccaneer’s playoff loss to the Rams — sold for $518,628 in March.
The sale was voided after Brady announced he would come out of retirement less than 24 hours later.
“Though the perspective has changed, this remains a magnificent piece nonetheless,” the auction’s description reads on Lelands’ site. “For 40 days, this stood as one of the most significant game used footballs in history: the final touchdown ball of Tom Brady’s career.”
In June 2021, Lelands sold the ball from Brady’s first career touchdown pass for $428,841.