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    1974 Larry Brown Signed Washington Redskins Player's Contract & Player Assessment by Coach George Allen. The 1972 NFL Most Valuable Player, Larry Brown was a four-time All-Pro who led his Washington Redskins to Super Bowl VII. Signed before the start of the 1973 season, the four-year standard NFL player contract calls for $125,000 per year (not including bonuses and incentives) is signed twice by Brown.

    This lot also includes a 1973 letter to Brown (on Redskins letterhead) and "Improvement Sheet", both from head coach George Allen, which analyzes Brown's performance and makes suggestions for his development. The letter is signed "George" and the "Improvement Sheet" is inscribed "Larry: Your major objective is to forget last year and get ready for 1973" and signed "G.A." Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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