Tom Brady Card From 2002 Patriots Season Expected To Sell For Big Money

That's a pretty penny


A classic Tom Brady card from the 2002 season is expected to be auctioned off for a pretty hefty price.

Brady, then the quarterback for the Patriots, helped lead New England to a Super Bowl XXXVI victory over the then-St. Louis Rams. It was the first Super Bowl win for the Patriots and the start of a historic run for the quarterback and organization.

The Associated Press revealed the 2002 Topps Finest X-Fractor card is one of 20 from that season, and the expectation is the card will be sold for six figures. The collector of the card is from Maine.

The auction for the card is set to begin Jan. 31 and you can place your bids here.

As for what Brady is doing 20 years later? Well, he just wrapped up his second season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It’s unclear if the 44-year-old will retire or continue his storied NFL career.

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