On Oct. 14, 2001, in old Foxboro Stadium, former Wolverine Tom Brady threw a 21-yard pass to ex-Buckeye Terry Glenn in the endzone for the first touchdown of his NFL career. Glenn threw the ball into the stands in celebration, and it's been in the hands of a single Patriots die-hard ever since. This weekend, it comes up for auction. Photo-verified by Leland's auction house and kept in a safety deposit box since 2003, it was surprisingly from Brady's third start, as he failed to throw a TD in his first two games after taking over for Drew Bledsoe. No estimate has been announced, but given that a Brady Panini rookie card recently sold for over $2 Million, expect this to bring in a sizable sum.