The Buffalo Bills removed the pool table from the team's locker room – and now some lucky fan could buy it.
Cash Realty & Auctions is conducting an online-only auction of the 8-foot "bar sized" pool table, complete with team logos and colors.
"This is a MUST HAVE for any fanatics out there!" the listing proclaims.
Cash Realty & Auctions said the table is currently in storage, with the legs detached. The listing mentions the table has been in the locker room "for years," and has "some wear and tear, especially to the felt and pockets."
Bidding on the table is set to close Thursday evening. As of Thursday morning, the high bid was $3,750. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Buffalo Bills Foundation.
"A few other small dings here and there but overall, an absolutely beautiful pool table," the listing notes.
Bills head coach Sean McDermott said he removed the pool table and video games from the locker room to keep players "focused on the task at hand."
A Bills beat reporter noted it served more as storage in the locker room at times than play.
Hope they fixed the pockets! This table was only good for holding clothes and boxes because any ball you sunk would fall to the floor. https://t.co/NPsImxrXeX
— Nick Veronica (@NickVeronica) March 15, 2017
Given what happened to the Bills with Chris Hogan and Stephon Gilmore, what are the odds Patriots coach Bill Belichick swoops in and buys the pool table?
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