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    1972 Green Bay Packers Team Signed Central Division Championship Game Ball - Obtained From Former Team Member. After a four-year drought, the Green Bay Packers returned to the playoffs in 1972, by tallying a 10-4 record and capturing the Central Division title. Offered here a leather "Wilson" game ball, attributed to the "Green and Gold's" second to last regular season game of 1972, which has been signed by each member of the team in bold black felt-tip. The following notables are included on this significant piece that was originally obtained from former player Ron Widby: Dan Devine, Bart Starr, Ray Nitschke, John Brockington, Red Cochran, Johnnie Gray, Mike McCoy, Ken Bowman, Carrol Dale, Chester Marcol, Dave Robinson and others. Ball exhibits NM-MT condition. Auction LOA from JSA.

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    August, 2010
    29th Sunday
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