The Pro Football Hall of Fame unintentionally poked fun at Matt Ryan, the quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts, after he made NFL history.
Ryan recently surpassed his career high of 60,000 passing yards, making him the eighth player in NFL history to do so.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, has added the ball that Ryan used to reach that total to its museum.
However, Ryan would prefer to forget the "283" serial number on the ball he threw to make history.
Ryan led the Atlanta Falcons to the Super Bowl in 2016 while he was a player for the team.
The New England Patriots were up 28-3 in the crucial game, but the Atlanta Falcons lost it in overtime 34-28, suffering their worst defeat ever.
Despite how disappointing that defeat was, Ryan still had a memorable season in 2016, throwing for 4,944 yards, 38 touchdowns, and only seven interceptions.
Additionally, Ryan completed 17 of his final 23 passes for 284 yards, two touchdowns, and a passer rating of 144.1 in the Super Bowl.
Prior to being traded to the Colts earlier this year, Ryan played for the Falcons from 2008 to 2021.
In 2008, Ryan won the Offensive Rookie of the Year award while playing for Atlanta.
In 2016, Ryan was named Offensive Player of the Year and MVP after being selected four times for the Pro Bowl.
He also holds several NFL records, including the most consecutive games with at least 200 passing yards in the NFL (seven), and the most regular season victories by a quarterback in his first five seasons (56, tied with Russell Wilson) (64).