GALE SAYERS - MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 72698
GALE SAYERS Color magazine photograph of Gale Sayers in his Chicago Bears uniform. Magazine Photograph signed: "Best Wishes/Gale Sayers". Color, 8x10. Hall of Famer Sayers played seven seasons with the Chicago Bears.
Sale Price $180.00
GALE SAYERS Color magazine photograph of Gale Sayers in his Chicago Bears uniform. Magazine Photograph signed: "Best Wishes/Gale Sayers". Color, 8x10. Hall of Famer Sayers played seven seasons with the Chicago Bears. For his first entire season, Gale scored 22 touchdowns and 132 points, both then-rookie records. Quiet, unassuming, and always ready to compliment a teammate for a key block, Sayers continued to sizzle in 1967 and well into the 1968 season. Then, in the ninth game, Sayers suffered a knee injury that required immediate surgery. After a tortuous rehabilitation program, Gale came back in 1969 in a most spectacular manner, winding up with his second 1,000-yard rushing season and universal Comeback of the Year honors. But injuries continued to take their toll and, just before the 1972 season, Gale finally had to call it quits. In his relatively short career, he compiled a record that can never be forgotten. His totals show 9,435 combined net yards, 4,956 yards rushing, and 336 points scored. At the time of his retirement he was the NFL's all-time leader in kickoff returns. He won All-NFL honors five straight years and was named Offensive Player of the Game in three of the four Pro Bowls in which he played. Lightly creased corners. Otherwise, fine condition.
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