It looks like the game-winning football from Super Bowl 51 has been found and is already on display in Foxborough.
The Hall at Patriot Place, which serves as the New England Patriots Hall of Fame, tweeted a picture of the ball Monday and indicated fans could come see it.
Now on display: The game winning ball from the #Patriots record breaking comeback to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. pic.twitter.com/6EVXfXoyli
— The Hall (@TheHall) February 13, 2017
James White, who scored the winning touchdown, told Dan Patrick’s radio show last week that he didn’t know what happened to the ball after he raced away from the goal line and began celebrating.
Tom Brady’s Super Bowl jersey is apparently still missing. Worth well into six figures, the jersey was taken from Brady’s bag inside the locker room following the game. Team owner Robert Kraft promised the team would get it back “one way or another.”
Led by a 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle SGC 60 EX 5, Mile High Card Company has launched its Extra Innings auction. The smaller online catalog auction serves as a warmup to its big Spring catalog auction and runs through Wednesday, February 22.
In addition to the 1952 Mantle, other key items include 1951 Bowman #305 Willie Mays PSA 2 GOOD, 1954 Dan Dee Mickey Mantle PSA 5, 1982 Topps #21 Cal Ripken Jr. PSA 10 GEM MINT, 1979 O-Pee-Chee #18 Wayne Gretzky PSA 5 EX, 1963 Topps #537 Pete Rose PSA 4 VG/EX and a 1980s Bo Jackson Auburn Tigers game-used jersey.
Mile High’s first major auction of 2017 opens next Monday, February 20.
“There’s a lot to be excited about in the March auction,” said MHCC President and CEO Brian Drent. “This upcoming event is loaded with high-profile cards and memorabilia, some of which has not been seen for over a generation.”
Mile High is also planning for an even larger catalog auction set to open this spring. Consignments are being accepted. For more information, call (303) 840-2784 or visit the company’s website.
Hockey Hall of Famer Eric Lindros is auctioning numerous items from his career.
Lindros has consigned game-worn jerseys to skates, helmets, gloves, sticks and other memorabilia to Classic Auctions. He talked with ESPN about the decision to liquidate.