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    1995 Mark Brunell Game Worn Jacksonville Jaguars Jersey and Pants - With Franchise 1st Year Patch. After spending two years at quarterback under the legendary Brett Favre, while in Green Bay, Mark Brunell became the Jacksonville Jaguars' first starting quarterback after he was traded for a 3rd and 5th round draft pick in 1995. One of the more accurate passers in NFL history, Brunell was named to three Pro Bowls during his career, and was the NFL's passing leader in 1996.

    Here we present the Washington alum's white mesh jersey and pants that he wore during the Jaguars' inaugural NFL season. Exhibiting great number puckering and wear throughout, the jersey features sewn-on identifiers on the front, back and sleeves. A terrific Jaguars inaugural season patch is on the left breast, while the proper Wilson size 46 and 95 tags are in the collar. Also included are Brunell's matching pants, which exhibit solid wear, and have the proper Wilson size 32 tag and markered No. 8 in the waist. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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