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    2005 Jeff Feagles Game Worn New York Giants Uniform & Kicking Shoe - Worn in Game Punter Became Football's Iron Man. While not a glory position, unless you screw up, punter is vital to the success of an NFL team. Jeff Feagles was among the finest at pinning the opposition deep into its own territory. The two-time Pro Bowler still holds a number of NFL marks for greatness. Worn during the 2005 season is this "Reebok [size] 50" pullover and matching pants. Feagles was wearing this uniform when he overtook Jim Marshall's Iron Man record for consecutive games played. Appropriate punter wear is shown. A "WTM PRT" patch is located over the heart in remembrance of Wellington Mara and Preston Robert Tisch. A lone "05-50" swatch appears in the collar, and the tail is hemmed above the tag line. Also included are the matching pants. Not to be forgotten is the special "Nike [size] 10.5" shoe Feagles used. Kickers are usually very protective with their gear, so this is a valued bonus. The shoe weighs in just under eight ounces. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2015
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