lost their home opener a week ago, the game still provided a classic memory courtesy of the Barstool Sports New England Patriots “Operation Clown Face” rally towel movement throughout the night.
One of those towels just became one of the rarest pieces of memorabilia in Patriots history following word quarterback Tom Brady signed a towel and it was then put up at an auction for former Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light’s Light Foundation.
It sold for $6,500 according to a tweet from an event attendee named Scott Haavisto.
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