The jersey Tom Brady wore when he passed Peyton Manning for second place on the NFL’s career passing yardage list is up for auction with proceeds going to charity.
NFL Auctions is offering the shirt Brady was wearing when he threw for 334 yards and ran for two touchdowns to lead the New England Patriots to a 35-14 win over the New York Giants at Gillette Stadium.
Bidding for the jersey began last week and had soared past $60,000 by Wednesday morning. Proceeds go to the American Cancer Society through the NFL’s ‘A Crucial Catch’ campaign.
While collectors generally prefer game-worn jerseys to remain unwashed, this one did go through the machine, according to NFL Auctions.
In addition to reaching second on the passing list, Brady also became the NFL’s all-time leader in rushing touchdowns by a player in their 40’s during the game.
This Color Rush Jersey includes the NFL 100 logo, which the league has incorporated into its 100th anniversary season celebration.
A complete Brady game uniform from 2004 sold for over $81,000 through Goldin Auctions last year. A few other game worn Brady jerseys have sold for $25,000 or more in recent years.
A gamer from Julian Edelman is also on the block this week with bidding continuing through Sunday night.
Other listings at NFL Auctions include Salute to Service jerseys worn in games earlier this month by Russell Wilson and Nick Bosa and London gamers from Christian McCaffrey, Deshaun Watson and Gardner Minshew.