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    2002 Tim Couch Game Worn Uniform Ensemble. Tim Couch may not have lived up to the expectations of an overall number one pick, but this quarterback ensemble is about as complete as one could ever hope to come across. The brown mesh/dazzle cloth jersey shows solid quarterback wear, with Couch's trademark high cut, custom hemmed, open sleeves and custom hemmed tail. Number "2" is applied in white tackle twill to chest, shoulders and reverse, where "Couch" is spelled across rear nameplate. "02-50-Q" graces the inner collar while an oversized interlocking "AL" Al Lerner mourning patch decorates the left front shoulder. Couch's 2001 dated pants with a well faded #2 markered into the waistband links the belted trousers to the QB. Couch's Nike Air orange on white grass shoes are covered with dirt and grass remnants. A markered #2 appears on the lower back heel edge. Rounding out and punctuating this rare set is a bright orange Riddell helmet featuring custom front and back bumpers, custom chin strap cover, inflation point cover, four Velcro transmitter swatches, recon shield and solid interior wear. LOA from Lou Lampson.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
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