Patriots' 'Deflategate' Ball Goes Up for Auction
Want to own a slightly underinflated piece of NFL history? Now you can.
One of the "Deflategate" balls used in the now infamous AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts is up for auction – with the opening bid set at $25,000. That sound you hear is Pats owner Bob Kraft shaking his couch cushions for loose change.
Online auction house Lelands.com has put the ball on the block as part of its summer auction series, which closes July 17. Bidding begins tonight at 9 p.m. ET.