HALL OF FAME FOOTBALL - PROGRAM SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: SONNY JURGENSEN, TERRY BRADSHAW, BOB LILLY, JOHNNY UNITAS, MEL BLOUNT, DON MAYNARD - HFSID 136413
Sale Price $807.50
PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME: BOB LILLY, JOHNNY UNITAS, DON MAYNARD, MEL BLOUNT,
SONNY JURGENSON and TERRY BRADSHAW. Brochure Cover signed: "Bob
Lilly/1980", "Johnny Unitas/1979", "Don/Maynard/1987", "Mel
Blount/1989", "Sonny/Jurgenson/1983" and "Terry
Bradshaw/1989". Color, 8x10½. Titled: "Pro Football Hall of
Fame/The Story Behind the Dream/by/Barney Brantingham". Each of the signers
has added the year in which he was inducted into the National Professional
Football Hall of Fame. Located in Canton, Ohio, the Football HOF was created
in 1961. BOB LILLY, the star defensive tackle for the Dallas
Cowboys (1961-1974), was elected in 1980. JOHNNY UNITAS
(1933-2002), the legendary quarterback of the Baltimore Colts
(1956-1972), had been elected the previous year. Unitas, who retired in 1974,
had left the game with 22 NFL records and was the first quarterback to
throw for 40,000 yards. DON MAYNARD had his greatest career triumph in
1968, when the wide receiver for the New York Jets (1960-1972)
played a major role in the Jets' upset of the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.
He was elected to the Pro Football HOF in 1987. MEL BLOUNT, who played in
six AFC championship games and four Super Bowl championships as
cornerback for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-1983), was elected in
1989. SONNY JURGENSON, who played quarterback for the
Philadelphia Eagles (1957-1963) and Washington Redskins
(1964-1974), had his best season in 1967, when he set a new NFL record
(3,747 yards passing) and completed 31 TDS. He was elected to the Pro Football
HOF in 1983. TERRY BRADSHAW quarterbacked the Pittsburg Steelers
to four Super Bowl Championships and was named Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowls
XIII and XIV while playing for the team from 1970-1983. He was elected to
the Pro Football HOF in 1989. Both Jurgenson and Bradshaw continue their
involvement in the sport with radio and television broadcasting respectively.
Portion of spine visible at blank left margin. Fine condition. Framed in the
Gallery of History Style: 29½x17¼.
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