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    2010 Chris Johnson Game Worn, Unwashed Tennessee Titans Jersey - Used in 11/14 Game Vs. Miami. Update: The date of the game that this jersey was worn in was November 14, 2010.

    "The Ball Parks of the MLB" Game Used Stadium Dirt Display - Steiner.
    Widely regarded as one of the fastest and most powerful runners in the National Football League, Chris Johnson wore this stunning baby blue jersey during the Titans' 29-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins on November 14, 2010. With a slight sweat odor and noticeable wear throughout, it has the proper "10-46-3" swatch in the collar, while it presents Johnson's standard elasticized tail. Showcasing sewn-on tackle twill identifiers on the front, back and sleeves, it is definitively photomatched to Getty Image #106934874. One of only a few Johnson gamers ever to hit the auction block, it was original obtained straight from the Titans ball club. LOA from JO Sports. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    May, 2016
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