Two-time Super Bowl winner & two-time Pro Bowler Willie Parker came from relative anonymity to lead the Steelers rushing attack in a post-Jerome Bettis world. The speedy Parker became the second undrafted free agent ever to rush for more than 1200 yards in a season when he accomplished the feat in 2005. It was during that same season Parker produced his biggest moment for the team: a 75-yard touchdown scamper in Super Bowl XL which helped vault the Steelers over the Seahawks. Parker's number "39" is sewn in black on the front, back, and both shoulders of the white, road jersey, while his name, "PARKER", can be found in gold lettering with black trim on a white name plate on the back. A tag inside the collar reads "04-46" denoting the year the jersey was made and its size. The Reebok jersey was game worn by Parker during the 2004 season, his rookie year. It shows use with some marks and an unrepaired tear on the bottom of the "3" on the back. All jerseys come directly from the Steelers archive and come with an LOA from the Steelers.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Steelers Archives items will be donated to the Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research