The Dallas Cowboys have a storied history that includes greats like Tom Landry, Roger Staubach, Tony Dorsett, Emmitt Smith and Troy Aikman.
Roger Stubach was the 1972 Super Bowl VI Most Valuable Player when they defeated the Miami Dolphins 24 – 3.
The Converse cleats that Tony Dorsett wore in 1980.
Eddie Lebaron helmet worn during the Dallas Cowboys’ 1960 inaugural season as the quarterback.
Washington Redskins display includes a one dollar per game contract with Sammy Baugh. Speaking of Sammy, his best game performance occurred on 23 November 1947 when he passed for six touchdowns and 355 yards.
New York Giants
Shown here are the cleats worn by Sam Huff during his 1956 rookie season, the helmet worn by linebacker HarryCarson in 1982, and running back Joe Morris’ 1985 jersey.
You are looking at a Philadelphia Eagles helmet, cleats worn by defensive end Reggie White during the 1989 season, the commemorative game ball awarded to Eagles coach Dick Vermeil after defeating the Dallas Cowboys in 1979, and a throwback style jersey that quarterback Randall Cunningham wore during the 1994 season to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the NFL.
9 October 1942 cover image from the game program between the Giants and Eagles-Steelers. The Eagles-Steelers combination know as the “Steagles” was due to the loss of players to World War II military duty.
Green Bay Packers
Brett Favre shoulder pads and wide receiver James Lofton helmet.
Cartoon drawing from 1961 of Green Bay Packers’ Paul Hornung.
Display shows jersey worn by Bears linebacker Bill George, helmet worn my running back Walter Payton in 1984 when he broke Jim Brown’s career rushing record, The should pads worn by offensive lineman George Musso in 1934, and cleats worn by Devin Hester in October 2013 when he set the NFL record for most career return touchdowns of 11.
Play diagram from Clark Shaughna.
The Detroit Lions helmet worn by defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, Barry Sanders Pro Bowl wristwatch, cleats worn by wide receiver Calvin Johnson and jersey worn by Doak Walker who played halfback, punter and kicker.
Quarterback from Georgia taken as the number 1 overall in the 2009 draft.
Minnesota Vikings helmet, headset worn by Bud Grant, Cris Carter gloves, twenty yard marker, and jersey worn by defensive end Jim Marshall who is famous for his fumble recovery wrong way run resulting in a 49ers safety.
Cris Carter’s gloves worn when he broke the NFL record for the most receptions in a season (122) on 26 December 1994. Cris Carter is a Pro Football Hall of Fame member, class of 2013.
New Orleans Saints
The football thrown by New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees on 7 October 2012 for a touchdown in his forty-eighth consecutive game that surpassed the Baltimore Colts Johnny Unitas record.
Linebacker Tommy Nobis’s helmet, Boston College quarterback Matt Ryan’s 2009 draft card, and the infamous Sack Award.
The Sack Award given to the Falcons defensive end Claude Humphrey who was feared throughout the league for his pass rushing skills often resulting in a … drum roll please … a sack. Claude is a Pro Football Hall of Fame member in the class of 2014.
Caronlina Panther’s 1995 team photo, helmet worn in 2013 by tight end Greg Olson, football autographed by the 2004 Super Bowl team, program for the Panther’s 17 September 1995 first home game, Steve Smith Sr. draft card, Luke Kuechly’s 2013 helmet, and quarterback Cam Newton’s jersey.
Commemorative football signed by the Carolina Panthers from Super Bowl XXXVIII, 2004. Carolina lost to the New England Patriots 29 – 32.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Buccaneers were one of the two expansion teams added to the NFL in 1976, the other being the Seattle Seahawks. The Bucs performance early on was a dismal 26 consecutive losses, a league record. By 2002, the Buccaneers won the world championship.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers helmet used from 1976 to 1996 featuring Buccaneer Bruce. Additionally, the orange “Creamsicle” uniforms changed at the same time as the helmets.
St Louis Rams
Number 74 jersey worn by defensive tackle Merlin Olsen who is also famous as an actor in Little House on the Prairie, end zone pylon for the 30 January 2000 Super Bowl, and Marshall Faulk jersey.
St Louis Rams helmet worn by offensive lineman Joe Scibelli as a member of the Los Angeles Rams in 1972.
Before Arizona, the Cardinals hailed from Chicago. The helmet is Larry Wilson’s dated 1972, cleats worn by Neil Rackers, football from the 51-45 victory over Green Bay Packers 10 January 2010, jersey worn by Dan Dierdorf in 1983.
Free safety Larry Wilson’s helmet from the 1972 season as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Steve Largent’s jersey and helmet, commemorative football signed by the Super Bowl champions after they pounded the Denver Broncos, and a Seahawks 12th Man button from the 2006 Super Bowl.
The jersey worn by Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Steve Largent on 27 December 1987 during his 751st reception when he broke the NFL record for the most receptions in a career. He ended his career with a record 819 receptions, 13,089 receiving yards, and 100 touchdowns
San Fransisco 49ers
San Fransisco 49ers Jerry Rice cleats from 1994.
1962 San Fransisco 49ers helment for tackle Leo Nomellini.
Helmet work on the Raiders center, Jim Otto, in 1972. Jim Otto is famous for wearing the “Double O” number, 00.
Kansas City Chiefs
Includes the commemorative football from the Chiefs versus Seahawks when Derrick Thomas was defensive player of the week.
Cover from the 1970 Super Bowl IV program. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Minnesota Vikings 23-7.
San Diego Chargers
The right shoe worn by John Carney during the game when he kicked his 29th consecutive field goal for a league record on 19 September 1993. The San Diego Chargers defeated the Houston Oilers 18-17.
Shown is the final jersey worn by the Broncos running back Floyd Little during the 20 December 1975 13-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Quarterback John Elway’s helmet from the 1996 season.
The shoe and football kicked by Broncos placekicker Jason Elam on 25 October 1998 when he tied the record for the longest field goal at 63 yards. The Denver Broncos defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 37-24.
Covers images from two of the Super Bowls that Denver competed and won in the 1990s.
1998 jersey worn by running back Eddie George, socks worn by running back Earl Campbell, and Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year awarded to Curley Culp in 1975.
Before they were the Tennessee Titans, they were the Houston Oilers … and here is the proof.
Chris Johnson’s cleats from 20 September 2009 when in one game recorded a 91 yard rushing touchdown, a 57 yard rushing touchdown and a 69 yard receiving touchdown.
Football signed by Jaguars’ 1995 draft picks – the team’s first season and helmet worn by Paul “Poz” Posluszny.
2014, first year quarterback Blake Bortles’ helmet.
Football used on 28 December 2008 when the Texans’ wide receiver Andre Johnson broke the NFL record of ten catches or more in seven games in a single season. It is me, or is football hell bent on stats?
Bob Sanders helmet worn during the 2007 season when he was awarded the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award.
Draft card for the number one pick in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft – Andrew Luck from Stanford University.
From 6 September 1946 when the Cleveland Browns took on the Miami Seahawks.
Lou Groza’s helmet from 1963. Lou is a Hall of Famer, class of 1974, that played both offensive tackle and placekicker.
Bengals quarterback Boomer Esiason jersey, modern helmet for wide receiver A.J. Green, A.J. Green’s draft card, Andy Dalton’s draft card, and football caught by Terrell Owens when he became second at all time receiving.
From 1970, Cincinnati Bengals helmet without even a single bar.
This is the football that Ed Reed, the Ravens safety from 2002 – 2012, intercepted against the Miami Dolphins and returned 41 yards resulting in a record setting total of 358 return yards for the 2005 season.
Baltimore Ravens helmet from 1999 … my that looks stealthy.
Commemorative football signed by the team that won the 2009 Super Bowl over the Arizona Cardinals 27-23, commemorative football from 1975 when Franco Harris was the Most Valuable Player in Super Bowl IX with Pittsburgh defeating the Minnesota Vikings 16-6.
Fall of Fame member Terry Bradshaws cleats from the 1983 season, his last, with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Guard Billy Shaw’s number 66 jersey from the 1961 season, cleats from quarterback Jim Kelly, and souvenir coin for the inaugural game at Rich Stadium in 1973.
The 2014 draft card for Sammy Watkins, wide receiver from Clemson University.
Buffalo Bills helmet worn by safety Mark Kelson in 1990. Note the inside of the helmet designed to protect against concussions.
You don’t see something like this often. Glasses worn by Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese during a Pro Football Hall of Fame game.
Jersey worn by Dan Marino, the Dolphins quarterback, on 13 September 1998.
New York Jets
Jersey worn by defensive end Mark Gastineau and cover image with Joe “Broadway Joe” Namath.
The flip coin from the 1969 Super Bowl when the New York Jets defeated the Baltimore Colts 16 – 7.
Nick Mangold … someone with big feet.
The cover image from the 1969 Super Bowl III.
New England Patriots
Wes Walker jersey, flip coin for 2002 Super Bowl and helmet worn by linebacker Andre Tippett
Tom Brady was drafted in the 6th round, overall 199, from Michigan in 2000.
The program guide cover image from the Boston Patriots 9 September 1960 game against the Denver Broncos. The Boston Patriots changed the name to New England Patriots in 1971 when relocating to Foxborough Massachusetts.