Now you can own a piece of Deflategate history as one of the balls in question will be put up for auction.
Bidding for the ball starts at $25,000, and it's apparently the same one intercepted by Darrelle Revis in the third quarter of the Deflategate game against the Indianapolis Colts, and then used for a rushing touchdown.
The ball. (Credit: Lelands)
The ball also goes up for auction (bidding closes July 17) just before Tom Brady's June 23 appeal of his four-game suspension, a result of the league's investigation into Deflategate.
The NFL also handed the Patriots a $1 million fine and the loss of a 2016 first-round draft pick, as well as a 2017 fourth-round pick.
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Matt and Laura Nichols, consignors of the Deflategate ball.