The GOAT just passed one more NFL record – and the new season is as yet three months away.

A Tom Brady rookie trading card sold for $3.1 million at the Lelands Mid-Spring Classic Auction on Friday, a record sum for a football card sold in a public action. Lelands didn’t uncover the name of the purchaser.

Brady, whose moniker represents Greatest Of All Time, is a seven-time Super Bowl champion, incorporating last season’s title with Tampa Bay, the best part in NFL history, the holder of pretty much every individual passing record allied history, and the most despicable aspect of each New York Jets fans’ presence.

“It’s nothing unexpected that Tom Brady keeps on breaking records at right around 44 years of age,” Casey Sherman, co-writer of the 2018 book, “12: The Inside Story of Tom Brady’s Fight for Redemption,” told media. “Some time or another soon the Brady rookie card will be the most significant card available, worth more even than Mickey Mantle’s.”

The Yankees slugger’s 1952 Topps trading card is at present esteemed at $5.2 million, tied for the most costly sports card ever with a LeBron James rookie card, as indicated by sports business analyst Darren Rovell.

Friday’s deal obscures the past football record of $2.25 million got by another Brady rookie card sold only two months prior.