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If you want a jersey that was worn by Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, you are going to have to pay up. The prices get even more crazy for one that is autographed. Now there's an ultra rare category for Brady memorabilia: a game-worn jersey that the QB signed "G.O.A.T."  According to TMZ Sports, this new "G.O.A.T." jersey could sell for over $600,000 at auction.

Brady signed the jersey with his name, wrote his game stats on it, wrote "Super Bowl LV MVP" on it and added "G.O.A.T." to the uniform as well. This is "believed to be the only time he has ever inscribed [G.O.A.T] on a game used jersey," according to Goldin Auctions, where the jersey is up for auction.

Here is a look at the jersey:

The jersey is from Jan. 3, 2021, when Brady and the Bucs defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 44-27, in the last game of the 2020 regular season. Brady had 399 yards and four touchdowns of No. 12's rematch against the Super Bowl LI opponent.

The jersey is the Bucs' black threads and features a gold captain patch.

Brady went on to help lead the Bucs to the Super Bowl that season, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9. After his performance of 201 yards and three touchdowns in the game, Brady was named MVP of Super Bowl LV.

That marked Brady's seventh Super Bowl victory and his fifth Super Bowl MVP nod.