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    1998 Randy Moss Game Worn Rookie Jersey. Outstanding 1998 rookie example from explosive receiver Randy Moss, whose season ranks among one of the finest by a first-year wideout in NFL history. His Minnesota Vikings powered their way to a tremendous 15-1 regular season record, aided greatly by their number one ranked offense. Moss lit up the league by way of his freakish 17 touchdowns, a rookie record. Even crazier is that is only took him only 69 receptions to hit that mark. Exceptional game use is evident on this white mesh road jersey, with numerous turf burns, puckering of the twill numbers, underarm pilling, and a great team repair between the chest numerals. Tail tagging is absent as Moss cuts the majority of his jerseys above the tag line. Here, they are custom cut and hemmed. All identifiers are made up of purple-on-yellow two-color tackle twill, which has been embroidered to the gamer. What an opportunity to own a rookie shirt from one of the most dominant deep ball threats of the modern era. LOA from Lou Lampson.

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    December, 2007
    9th Sunday
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