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Mark Moseley 1986 Signed Game-Worn Cleveland Browns Jersey

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The last special teams player to win the NFL MVP honor, former kicker Mark Moseley was also the last to employ a straight-on approach rather than an angled “soccer” style. This Cleveland Browns jersey was worn and autographed by Moseley during the 1986 season at the cavernous Municipal Stadium “Dawg Pound.” The cream-colored durene pullover garment features “3” sewn to the front, back and sleeves in brown twill, while “MOSELEY” is sewn to a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. A brown-and-orange stripe pattern lines the sleeve endings, while Moseley has signed the upper back in black marker (“6” strength) and inscribed “#3.” While there is no manufacturer’s tagging, the lower shirttail has clearly been custom trimmed for game wear. Additionally, the left side seam’s interior is home to a laundering care tag with a “Berlin, WI” identifier, which indicates that the manufacturer was Medalist/Sand-Knit. Of note is that when Moseley signed this jersey in the 1990s, he stated that he believed it was the last he ever wore, which means he wore it in the AFC Championship Game noted for John Elway’s 98-yard march known as “The Drive.” Light wear is evident with some faint staining. Accompanying is an LOA from sportscaster and renowned Baltimore/Washington, D.C. uniform expert Phil Wood (for jersey authenticity), as well as an auction LOA from JSA (for autograph).   

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