Though it didn't end in Super Bowl glory, the 2001 season was one to remember for Kordell Stewart and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After a few lackluster years to close out the 1990's, Stewart and the Steelers rebounded in 2000, just missing out on the playoffs with a 9-7 record. They continued to build on the momentum in 2001, posting a conference best 13-3 record and vanquishing the reigning Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round of the playoffs before falling to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. This classic black, home jersey was game worn in 2001 by Stewart, who also made the Pro Bowl that year and was named AFC Offensive Player of the Year. "STEWART" appears on the back in gold letters sewn on a black name plate, while his number "10" can be found stitched on the front, back, and both shoulders. The Reebok jersey has a tag inside its collar that reads "01-46" representing the year it was made and its size. It has seen nice use with two team repairs to the right sleeve and one repair to the back, as well as other marks from use. Stewart capped out his career with an astounding 38 rushing touchdowns, ranking him fourth all-time among NFL Quarterbacks. All jerseys come directly from the Steelers archive and come with an LOA from the Steelers.
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