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    Mid 1960's Earl Morrall Game Worn New York Giants Jersey - With Signed Style Match Photograph. Commonly referred to as one of the greatest backup quarterbacks in NFL history, Earl Morrall became the Colts' starter after Johnny Unitas was injured in the final exhibition game of the 1968 season. While leading Baltimore to an outstanding 13-1 record, he was named the NFL's most valuable player and helped earn his squad a spot in Super Bowl III.

    Presented here is Morrall's heavy cotton jersey he wore in the mid-1960's with the New York Giants. Exhibiting moderate wear throughout, with one team repair on the front, it no longer has any tagging present, as its crotch piece was removed. Sewn-on tackle twill numerals are presented on the front and back, and the lot includes a signed 8x10", which aids as a style match for the jersey. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA (autograph).


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    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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