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Marshall Faulk 2002 Pro Bowl Game-Worn NFC Ensemble

Lot Number 422

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As he became just the 15th player in NFL history to eclipse 10,000 rushing yards, Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk added 953 yards to his career total during the 2002 season and was selected to the Pro Bowl for the seventh and final time. This NFC ensemble was worn by Faulk in Honolulu for that February 2, 2003 exhibition. The blue-and-white dazzle cloth garments feature red accents, “Reebok” tagging and include: Jersey with a mesh body, “28” sewn to the front, back and sleeves in white-on-blue-on-red twill and Rams logo patches sewn to the shoulders; Pants leg wear with a belt strap and buckle. Within the waistband, a black marker notation denotes “28 – Faulk - -1”.” The items show minimal wear with a small turf stain on the upper left pant leg. LOA from former Rams Equipment Manager Todd Hewitt. More on our website.

Jersey additional features include blue appliqué five-point stars symmetrically arranged throughout. An “NFL Equipment” badge patch is sewn to the base of the blue stretch knit V-neck and “FAULK” is sewn to a nameplate atop the back number in solid white twill. On the chest, “ALL-STAR” is embroidered in white and flanked by embroidered red five-point stars. An NFC logo patch adorns the far right and a Pro Bowl logo patch is sewn to the upper left. The vented left front tail is home to a “Reebok” label and flap tags respectively denoting “4”L.B.” and size “44.”

Pants an NFC logo is sewn in blue to each side white panel, while a Pro Bowl logo patch is sewn atop the outer right side. The front belt loop showcases an “NFL Equipment” logo patch. The front laces remain intact. Within the elasticized waistband, a “Reebok” label is accompanied by a fabric content tag and flap tags respectively denoting “SHORT” and size “32.”

 
 
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