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#Deflategate football sells for 43k dollars in auction

Deflategate is a money maker for the NFL, and today the AFC Championship Game football sold for $43,740, one of the highest prices ever paid for a football, according to ESPN. 

 

Auction house Lelands.com sold the ball from the now famous “Deflategate” game on behalf of Laura Anthony, who was given the ball by New England Patriots wide receiver Brandon LaFell in the third quarter after his teammate LaGarrette Blount scored a touchdown.

 

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