Honestly, I thought this would go for a lot more. The NFL's National Tight Ends Day Championship Belt was auctioned off with the proceeds benefiting the Iowa Children's Hospital. It was introduced and presented to San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle on October 27, and then used to honor the top-performing tight ends for each week after.

The unique souvenir raised just $7,100, which seems rather low considering the 49ers' All-Pro tight end wasn't the only player to sign the belt. Other player autographs include Noah Fant, Mark Andrews, Tyler Higbee, Zach Ertz, and others.

The belt also featured Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce, so it had the autographs of both starting tight ends in Super Bowl LIV.

Bidding on the National Tight Ends Day Championship Belt started on February 2 and closed on Sunday. There were 75 total bids.



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