After Mike Evans gives away Tom Brady’s 600th passing touchdown ball to him, a Bucs staffer negotiates with a fan to return it. (0:34).
TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady stated that the fan who gave back his 600th career touchdown pass to the stands will "get something nice" in return.
Brady, Mike Evans (wide receiver) and the Bucs all keep their word.
ESPN was informed by a team source that Byron Kennedy will be receiving two autographed Brady jerseys, a helmet, and an Evans autographed jersey. He also received his game cleats.
The team also provides two season tickets for the rest of 2021 and all of 2022, as well as a $1,000 credit to their official store.
Evans didn't realize it was Brady’s 600th career touchdown until Bruce Arians explained to him. Kennedy, an intern medicine resident in Largo Florida, was able to retrieve the ball from a team official.
Evans tweeted, "Sorry big bro, glad that priceless legend item was retrieved."
Brady stated that Kennedy's actions were "really cool."