Circa 1973 LC Greenwood Pro Bowl Game Worn Uniform
Picked in the 10th round by the Steelers from Arkansas AM&N, L.C. Greenwood is best known as one fourth of the Steel Curtain. From 1973-75 he had 25.5 sacks; in Super Bowl IX he batted down three passes; and in Super Bowl X he sacked Roger Staubach three times. He is ranked second on the team‚s all-time sacks list with 73.5. This illustrious career was highlighted by six Pro Bowl appearances.Originally sourced from LC Greenwood directly, this circa 1973 Pro-Bowl game worn uniform in simply fabulous. Rawlings size 52 white “American” jersey is completely original and still retains its “6” longer” and “Wm. Fredricks” tags on the front tail. High quality all sewn on lettering and numbering is remarkable and features “AMERICAN” across the front, “GREENWOOD” across the back and the number “68” is found on the front, back and both shoulders.Shows nice use for a Pro Bowl jersey with some staining and paint transfers noticed. Upon closer inspection you’ll notice that Greenwood signed the inside waistband of the pants and thoughtfully inscribed, “My Pro Bowl Pants. LC Greenwood.” Unique in every way, this outstanding uniform has a tremendous overall appearance and comes from one of the most dominating Steelers to ever take the field.
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