But Brady rubbed it in Monday, chiding spectator Byron Kennedy for surrendering his bargaining power by returning the memento after a brief negotiation. (Watch the video below.)
“Byron realized he lost all his leverage by giving the ball away,” Brady told Peyton and Archie Manning on ESPN2′s “Monday Night Football” ManningCast. “He should have held it and then get as much leverage as possible.”
Peyton Manning called it “an amateur move.”
“If he would have held it he would have been sitting in the Tom Brady suite for the rest of the season,” Manning joked.
Brady’s scoring throw to Mike Evans on Sunday in the Bucs’ victory over the Chicago Bears made him
Tom Brady is giving a Bitcoin to fan who had his 600th TD ball, says he should have held out for more than what team offered
A Bucs fan wound up with Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown.
The fan traded the ball back with the team despite it being potentially worth $500,000.
On “Monday Night Football,” Brady said he’d be giving the fan a Bitcoin.
Even Tom Brady thinks the fan that came into possession of his 600th touchdown ball should have held out for a better deal.
Speaking with ESPN’s “ManningCast” of “Monday Night Football,” Brady broke down the deal made with the fan and revealed that he planned on giving the fan a Bitcoin for his troubles.
On Sunday, Brady threw the 600th touchdown of his career, becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to reach the milestone. Unfortunately, wide receiver Mike Evans handed the ball off to a fan in the crowd before realizing the significance of the score, leading to a bit of hijinks.
The fan, Byron Kennedy, negotiated with a Buccaneers trainer