Tom Brady giving Bucs fan who returned 600th TD a Bitcoin

Byron Kennedy are some things of an area legend in Tampa after this weekend, getting then giving back the ball from Tom Brady’s 600th career touchdown pass. The Buccaneers have reportedly agreed to offer Kennedy, 29, a package including season tickets and autographed memorabilia in exchange for the ball he originally got from a celebratory Mike Evans.

But Brady insisted on “Monday Night Football” with Peyton and Eli Manning that he’s chipping in by gifting Kennedy a Bitcoin.

“Byron lost all his leverage when he gave up the ball,” Brady joked with the Manning brothers. “He should’ve held it. … (But) I’m also giving him a Bitcoin, so at the top of the day, i feel he’s making out pretty much .”

Valued at slightly below $63,000, the digital currency would mark one among the most important prizes Kennedy has received in exchange for granting the Bucs’ abrupt game-day request.

The team has already committed to giving him two signed jerseys and a signed helmet from Brady, a signed Mike Evans jersey also because the wide receiver’s game cleats, plus a $1,000 credit to the Buccaneers store and season tickets for the rest of 2021 and every one of 2022.

Speaking of finances, Brady also joked on the Manning brothers’ broadcast that Clyde Christensen, his quarterbacks coach, shouldn’t be a model for his TB12 fitness program, as Peyton suggested.

“Are you trying to short the TB12 stock here?” Brady said, holding back laughter. “This isn’t right. i want Clyde to eat non-packaged foods. an excessive amount of of what he eats actually comes during a wrapper and you gotta tear it apart. I say, ‘Clyde, simply because it’s popcorn doesn’t suggest it doesn’t have calories. you cannot eat eight popcorns in one sitting. you cannot do this .’ “

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