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  1. John Elway Autographed Authentic Wilson Football

    John Elway Autographed Authentic Wilson Football

    $749.99
    John Elway quarterbacked the Denver Broncos for sixteen seasons. Over the course of his storied career, Elway led the Broncos to five Super Bowls and two Super Bowl victories. He is regarded as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. The Broncos have retired his number #7 jersey and add him to their Ring of Fame. Elway has signed this Wilson ‘The Duke’ football in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper... Learn More
  2. Brett Favre Autographed Green Bay Packers Authentic Throwback Brown Helmet

    Brett Favre Autographed Green Bay Packers Authentic Throwback Brown Helmet

    $799.99
    Brett Favre played in the NFL for 20 seasons and had numerous highlights and awards throughout his career. When Favre retired in 2011, he held the record as the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards and passing touchdowns. This officially licensed full-size helmet from Riddell comes complete with a 4-point chin strap and the VSR-4 style padding. This 1929 style helmet has no decals, which provides a clean open space for Favre’s signature.... Learn More
  3. Brett Favre Autographed Leather Head Pro Series Golden Goose Football

    Brett Favre Autographed Leather Head Pro Series Golden Goose Football

    $749.99
    When the 1997 NFL season concluded, Brett Favre had completed arguably the best three-year run by a quarterback in league history. The season concluded with Favre capturing his third consecutive Associated Press Most Valuable Player Award, the first player to accomplish that feat in history. In that three-year span, he went a combined 988 for 1,626 for 12,179 yards, 112 touchdowns and 42 interceptions. That streak began in Favre’s fourth full... Learn More
  4. Joe Montana Autographed Authentic Wilson Football

    Joe Montana Autographed Authentic Wilson Football

    $749.99
    Joe Montana quarterbacked the San Francisco 49ers for fourteen seasons before finishing the last two seasons of his Hall of Fame career with the Kansas City Chiefs. Over the course of his storied career, Montana led the 49ers to four Super Bowls victories and was named Super Bowl MVP three times. He is regarded as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. Montana has signed this Wilson ‘The Duke’ football in silver paint pen. His... Learn More
  5. Brett Favre Autographed Green Bay Packers Authentic Helmet

    Brett Favre Autographed Green Bay Packers Authentic Helmet

    $799.99
    Brett Favre played four years at the University of Southern Mississippi before being selected in the second round of the 1991 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Favre was eventually traded to the Green Bay Packers in 1992 and went on to bring home the Lombardi Trophy. Favre played 16 seasons in the Green Bay Packers uniform, and he started every game from 1992 to 2008. He helped the Packers appear in two Super Bowls, and they were victorious in... Learn More
  6. Joe Montana Autographed “Cool Joe” 36 x 24

    Joe Montana Autographed “Cool Joe” 36 x 24

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    Joe Montana was nicknamed “Joe Cool” for his extraordinary success in clutch situations. Montana was so successful that he quarterbacked an NFL dynasty which won four Super Bowls in the 1980’s and compiled a .713 winning percentage, third best in the Super Bowl era. This “Cool Joe” watercolor print consists of four images from his memorable 9ers career. The top right image shows arguably the greatest quarterback/wide receiver (Jerry Rice)... Learn More
  7. Brett Favre Autographed Leather Head Pro Series Black Football

    Brett Favre Autographed Leather Head Pro Series Black Football

    $749.99
    When Brett Favre was selected in the second round (33rd overall) in the 1991 NFL Draft, the hopes were high but the expectations realistic for the talented quarterback out of Southern Mississippi. The Packers had a good QB in place in Don Majkowski, who led the NFL in passing yards with 4,318 just two seasons earlier. When Majkowski went down with an injury early in a game in the ’92 season, Favre took the reins and led the way to a one-point... Learn More
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