Tom Brady did something that no other NFL quarterback did: throw for a 600th career touchdown, doing so as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took on the Chicago Bears at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Finding himself on the receiving end of the catch was Mike Evans.

It’s not unusual to see players give fans footballs as souvenirs, and Evans felt that he’d do the same in this situation. The only problem is that this one obviously wasn’t just any other touchdown; 600 passing touchdowns has never happened before, and it’s a strong chance that it might be a while before it happens again, if ever. Evans had a priceless reaction when he was told what he had done:

Eventually, the fan that got the ball was coerced into giving it back in return for a signed jersey and another ball, according to CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson.

Jim Nantz and Tony Romo had every right to roast the fan: that ball would have been worth a lot of money.

“Giving it up was tough. The trainer came over and asked for it. But what am I going to do, say no to Tom Brady?” Byron Kennedy told the Tampa Bay Times.

That ultimately ended up being the first of 3 touchdowns Evans brought in on the afternoon as the Bucs cruised to a 34-3 win over the Bears. The defending Super Bowl champions are now 6-1, their best start in franchise history.