Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said the fan who was adequately benevolent to offer back his 600th profession score ball that was tossed into the stands is going to “get something nice in return.”
Brady, wide recipient Mike Evans and the Bucs are on the whole following through on that guarantee.
A group source told ESPN that Byron Kennedy, who was sitting in the end zone when Evans threw the record-breaking ball into the stands, will get two marked Brady shirts, a protective cap, one more pullover signed by Evans and Evans’ down worn spikes.
The group is additionally giving a couple of season tickets for the rest of 2021, all of 2022 and a $1,000 credit to the authority group store.
Evans had not understood that it was Brady’s 600th vocation score – making Brady the main quarterback in NFL history to arrive at that imprint – until mentor Bruce Arians told him. A group official had the option to get the ball back from Kennedy, who is an inner medication inhabitant in Largo, Florida.
Evans tweeted after the game, “Sorry big bro glad that priceless legendary item was retrieved.”
Brady said of Kennedy, “That was really cool of him to do that.”