Tom Brady fans have to shell out thousands of dollars for the New England Patriots veteran quarterback. According to, Brady will hold another private autograph session for passionate collectors, where he will charge more than one thousand dollars for a signed football.

In March, Brady got on board a signing session with Tristar sports memorabilia, which has done similar signings with the quarterback in the past. Back in March, Brady charged $1,000 for a signed football and $850 for an autographed photo. The quarterback asked $900 for a signed Patriots mini-helmet and a game-day style jersey for $1,200.

Fans were charged an additional $400 if Brady added the words "5X SB CHAMP” while a 20-character personalization was worth an extra $500. In his latest signing session, which will be held later this month, Brady will charge additional $49 for a signed football. An autographed photo will now be worth $899 while a signed Patriots mini-helmet is now $949. A Brady “game-day” style jersey will cost $1,249.

Brady’s stock rose after Super Bowl win

The value of Brady’s autograph went up after leading the Patriots to their fifth Super Bowl trophy in since he took over under center in 2001. Trailing by 25 in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons, Brady engineered the comeback in the third quarter, forcing overtime with a 10-play, 91-yard drive that James White capped with a one-yard touchdown run and a two-point conversion by Danny Amendola.

In overtime, Brady led an eight-play, 75-yard attack that White capped with a two-yard scoring run, giving the Patriots the victory. In that game, Brady completed 43-of-62 passes for 466 yards and two touchdowns and an interception, earning him his fourth Super Bowl MVP trophy.

Patriots dominate Broncos

This season, the 40-year-old Brady has led the Patriots to a 7-2 record after their dominating 41-16 win over the Denver Broncos Sunday.

Brady completed 25-of-34 passes for 266 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions as the Patriots cruised to their fifth straight win after struggling to a 2-2 start. Brady connected with Rex Burkhead, Dwayne Allen and James White for touchdown passes while Dion Lewis ran 14 times for 55 yards and a score. Tight end Rob Gronkowski caught four passes for 74 yards while Brandin Cooks received six throws for 74 yards.

In his first game since being claimed by the Patriots off waivers, veteran tight end Martellus Bennett caught three passes for 38 yards. Brock Osweiler completed 18-of-33 passes for 221 yards and a touchdown with an interception as the Broncos dropped to 3-6 following a fifth straight defeat.