Jerry Jones reveals his strategy if he had Tom Brady's 600th TD ball

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The Tampa Bay Bucs fan who returned Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown ball that is estimated to be worth at least $500,000 has been a pretty big topic of conversation following Week 7.

So much so, that even Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is weighing in on it.

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Jones was asked by 105.3 The Fan's “Shan & RJ” what he would have done if he were the fan who got Brady’s 600th career touchdown ball.

“I’d be hard to trade with,” Jones said. “I would explain to everybody that’s like asking me for my baby. And then I’d tear up for them a little bit when I think about how I’m gonna have that [ball] when I’m 90.

“Then after all that, then I’d take offers.”

Hey, Jones is a savvy businessman and shrewd negotiator, so you can bet he’d make sure he gets the most out of any deal.

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But the fan who turned it over did not leave empty handed.

He received two signed jerseys and a helmet from Brady, a signed Mike Evans jersey and his game cleats, $1,000 credit at the team store and two season passes for the rest of this season and next year.

Plus, Brady wants to hook him up with some Bitcoin.

Not a bad consolation prize.

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