Tom Brady accomplished something no other NFL quarterback has done, throwing his 600th touchdown pass.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar added to his all-time record with his second touchdown pass of the game Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Both scores came in the first quarter.
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Touchdown pass No. 599 went to wide receiver Chris Godwin with 4:40 remaining in the first. Moments later, Brady fired to Mike Evans for touchdown pass No. 600 – a 9-yard play.
It appeared Evans didn’t realize that his touchdown catch was Brady’s 600th of his career, and he handed the ball to a Bucs fan sitting in an end zone seat at Raymond James Stadium. The fan appeared elated.
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Later, a Bucs crew member approached the fan and appeared to strike a deal to get the ball back. The man did give up the ball in exchange for some signed memorabilia. The ball could be worth $500,000, according to Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions.
Brady entered the game as the all-time leader in passing touchdowns and passing yardage. He had the lead over other greats Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.
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As Brady reached 600, Rodgers still needed a few more seasons under his belt to even reach 500.