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    Mid-1980's Randy White Game Worn Jersey. The 1994 Canton inductee was drafted by the Cowboys out of Maryland in 1975 as a middle linebacker and back-up to fellow Hall of Fame legend Lee Roy Jordan. By the time he suited up in this white mesh gamer he had moved to defensive tackle and was enjoying the final seasons of his storied career, one in which he represented the Boys in the Pro Bowl an incredible nine times. His number "54" is screened in bold royal blue to chest, back and the dazzle cloth shoulders, with "R. White" screened across rear nameplate. Unique touches include buttoned crotchpiece and spandex side panels with eyelets to provide the tightest fit possible. "Russell Athletic [size] 50" label tagging in tail is joined by "100% Nylon" and "5" Extra Length" flap tags. Overall wear is light, though a few small "dings" in the shoulders are to be reported. Consigned by a former Dallas Cowboys staffer, with his letter of provenance. LOA from Lou Lampson. Guide Value or Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500.

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    October, 2008
    17th-18th Friday-Saturday
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