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    1986 Jerry Rice Game Worn NFC Pro Bowl Jersey - Rookie Season! "There is a kid out there in San Francisco who will make everyone forget about every other receiver," - Don Hutson, 1986

    While the mantle of greatest football player of all-time is still up for grabs, the G.OA.T. debate for receivers was decided long ago in unanimous agreement and then set in stone.

    Jerry Rice caught more passes for more yards and more touchdowns, in both the regular season and post season, than any receiver in history. He was a three-time Super Bowl champion, Super Bowl MVP, regular season MVP, and a unanimous selection to the NFL's 100thh Anniversary All-Time Team.

    Offered here is a rare prize, the first of the thirteen jerseys which he wore in the Pro Bowl. What's more, it dates from his rookie season. The blue v-neck mesh with white and red sleeve stripes announces "National 80" on the front, "Rice 80" on the verso, and "80" on the sleeves, all screened-on in white. Evidence of game wear, in the form of red paint transfer marks, can be seen on the right sleeve "80" and front "0" and there shirt has reports a "Russell Athletic 44" manufacturer's label and a fabric content flap tag in the left tail.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $8,000 - up.

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