OTTIS J. ANDERSON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED POSTER CO-SIGNED BY: HARRY CARSON, JOE MORRIS, SEAN LANDETA - HFSID 260324
Sale Price $324.00
NEW YORK GIANTS.
Four players from the New York Giants Champions team sign their names on this 20x16 poster
Poster signed: "Otis Anderson/#/24", "Joe/Morris/20", "Harry Carson" and "Sean Landetta". Color, 20x16. "Giants/Super Bowl/XXI XXV/Champions". The 15 members of the New York Giants who played for the 1987 and 1991 Super Bowl Champions are pictured in action. Four of those pictured have signed. OTTIS JEROME ANDERSON (b. 1957) is a former American football running back. During his college career, Anderson broke Chuck Foreman's career rushing records at the University of Miami, becoming the first player to rush for more than 1,000 yards in the school's history his senior year with 1,266 yards. He was named The Sporting News and the American Football Coaches First Team All-American and received All-American honorable mentions by both AP and UPI and graduated in 1979 as the team's all-time leading rusher with 3,331 yards. He was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Associated Press (AP) with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1979, and the MVP of Super Bowl XXV in 1991 when playing with the New York Giants. JOE MORRIS (b. 1960), who played his college ball for Syracuse, was a running back for the New York Giants (1982-1988) and briefly with the Cleveland Browns in 1991. Morris scored a touchdown on his very first carry, a preview of things to come. A Pro Bowl selection in 1985 and 1986, he rushed for 1,336 yards and a league-leading 21 touchdowns in 1985, one of his four seasons with over 1,000 yards rushing. He was a key component of the Giants first ever Super Bowl championship team in 1987. Today, Morris is co-owner of the New Jersey Red Dogs of the Arena Football League. Linebacker HARRY CARSON (b. 1953) starred for South Carolina State (1972-1975), sparking the team to an NCAA defensive record of allowing only 29 points in 10 games. As a pro, he played his entire career with the New York Giants (1976-1988), a key component of a defense which was called "the Crunch Bunch" and "the Big Blue Wrecking Crew." He led the team in tackles for five years, and was captain for ten, named to the Pro Bowl nine times. He made seven tackles in the Giants' first Super Bowl victory (SB XXI). Carson was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2002, and to the Pro hall in 2006. He later became a sports broadcaster, and founded his own sports consulting and promotion firm. Punter SEAN LANDETA(b. 1962), out of Towson State, played in all three seasons of the US Football League (1983-1985) before joining the NFL's New York Giants (1985-1993). He would become the last active player to have played in the USFL, and the last active veteran of the Giants teams that won Super Bowls XXI and XXV. He remained active through 2005, playing for the Rams, Buccaneers, Packers and Eagles. In his career, Landeta kicked 1,401 punts for an average of 43.3 yard per punt, including 166 touchbacks. Fine condition.
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