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    2010 Jimmy Graham Game Worn New Orleans Saints Rookie Jersey - Photomatched to 10/24/10 Game Vs. Browns! Voted No. 14 on the NFL's 2012 Top 100 annual player poll, Jimmy Graham has quickly become one of the most exciting and efficient players in the league. Whether it's hanging on to the ball after a crushing hit, a miraculous catch down the middle, or his slam dunk of the goal post after he scores a touchdown, one thing is sure - Jimmy Graham will be around for a long time.

    Offered here is quite possibly the only home white jersey ever worn by the superstar tight end during his rookie campaign. The large repair near the front collar aids in photomatching this solid shirt to the October 24, 2010 game versus the Cleveland Browns. Exhibiting nice wear throughout with blue helmet marks throughout, the jersey has the proper "09-46" and "L" swatches in the interior, and it is customized at the tail. A sure-fire investment piece representing a potential future Hall of Famer. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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