Fan Who Gave Tom Brady’s Football Back Has 1 More Request
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
The fan who returned Tom Brady's 600th career touchdown back to him after WR Mike Evans gave it away, has one more request after being given some stuff in return by the Buccaneers...
(The Spun)
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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21 Comments
Bang Gisselle. I don't think she is that hot but just want to brag about it =D
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Y’all remember the movie Mac and Me?
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He did no want money. But he does.
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Laugh if you will at his ears---but you'll done seen about everything when you see Siciliano fly.
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Holy shite look at those ears.
Reply1 month
He can probably hear snails crawl.
1 month
What and idiot. Could have made a quick 100k
Reply1 month
Seems like a good dude. Hope Tom makes it happen
Reply1 month
That fella on the left has some rather large ears...
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Mr Peepers
1 month
Looks like one’s about to fall off
1 month
I would
Reply1 month
“If I was calling the plays, we’d probably lose against the Saints”. I wouldn’t bet on that.
Reply1 month
Tommy might slide him some under the table money during the round. Could get the best of both worlds!
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ears...
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God I feel so bad for this dummy. He walked away from life changing money…for what? The chance to have Tom Brady and all of his bodyguards escort you thru a weird round golf, even if happens?
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TFH
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Some people know what doing the right thing is without having to think about it. And presently the right thing for the Bucs to do would be giving this man some pretty nice season tickets.
1 month
I believe he is interning in Internal Medicine in Tampa. Don't feel bad for him. He will be fine and probably will be friends for life with TB.
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Would have asked for 200k
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I heard it was worth $500K min.
1 month
Not a bad idea…
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