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HALL OF FAME FOOTBALL - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1989 CO-SIGNED BY: SONNY JURGENSEN, TERRY BRADSHAW, BOB LILLY, JOHNNY UNITAS, MEL BLOUNT, DON MAYNARD - HFSID 136421

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME: MEL BLOUNT, TERRY BRADSHAW, SONNY JURGENSEN, BOB LILLY, DON MAYNARD and JOHNNY UNITAS Six Pro Football Hall of Famers sign a booklet from the Hall of Fame. Booklet Cover

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PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME: MEL BLOUNT, TERRY BRADSHAW, SONNY JURGENSEN, BOB LILLY, DON MAYNARD and JOHNNY UNITAS
Six Pro Football Hall of Famers sign a booklet from the Hall of Fame.
Booklet Cover signed: "Bob Lilly/1980", "Johnny Unitas/1979", "Don/Maynard/1987", "Mel Blount/1989", "Sonny/Jurgensen/1983" and "Terry Bradshaw/1989", Color, 8x10¾, with 6¾x6 color image of the Hall of Fame. Pro Football Hall of Fame: The Story Behind the Dream by Barney Brantingham, ©1988, Pro Football Hall of Fame. Each year, 15 candidates are considered for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. The Hall of Famers who signed this booklet have each written the year in which they were inducted. BOB LILLY, who played defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, was the team's first-ever draft choice. Lilly, who had unusual speed, strength and recovery ability, played in five NFL/NFC title games, 11 Pro Bowls and two Super Bowls. JOHNNY UNITAS (1933-2002), considered one of the game's greatest quarterbacks, led the Baltimore Colts to two consecutive NFL crowns (1958, 1959). Player of the Year three times and MVP three times in 10 Pro Bowls, Unitas threw at least one TD pass in 47 straight games. He had a career record of 2,830 passes for 40,239 yards and 290 touchdowns. Wide receiver DON MAYNARD, the first signee of the 1960 AFL Titans, caught a career-high 72 passes during his first season. Maynard, who played in three AFL All-Star games, later teamed with Joe Namath to form a dynamic pass-catch duo. During his career, he had 633 receptions for 11,834 yards, 88 touchdowns and 530 points. MEL BLOUNT was considered the prototype cornerback of his era. Blount, who was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1970, played in four Super Bowls and five Pro Bowls and in 200 of 201 regular season games. His career stats include 57 interceptions, 736 yards and 13 opponents' fumble recoveries. SONNY JURGENSEN, who began his career as a quarterback with the Philadelphia Eagles, was an exceptional passer and superb team leader. He won three NFL individual passing titles and surpassed 3,000 yards in five seasons. Despite numerous injuries, he racked up 2,433 completions for 32,224 yards and 225 touchdowns during his career. Quarterback TERRY BRADSHAW led the Pittsburgh Steelers to eight AFC Central titles and four Super Bowl victories. The AFC Player of the Year in 1978 and MVP in Super Bowls XIII and XIV, he had an excellent throwing arm and called his own plays. Bradshaw held Super Bowl records of nine touchdowns and 932 yards and post-season records of 30 TDs and 3,833 yards. Ink lightly smudged at the "B" of Bradshaw. Fine condition. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 29½x17½.

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