Los Angeles Rams 1951 Durene Football Jersey
Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1951 Los Angeles Rams Football Jersey worn by Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch. This jersey is as authentic as they come! This jersey also available in #7 Bob Waterfield, #41 Glenn Davis & #25 Norm Van Brocklin - to order one of these, please make note in the comments section checkout.
- Made in one of the original US factories
- Genuine 1950s-1960s "Durene" fabric
- Nylon outer and cotton inner layer
- Doubled elbows
- Hand sewn twill "40" on front & back
- Item #: LAR51FJ
History: Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch began his NFL playing days as a member of the Chicago Rockets from 1946-1948 before joining the Los Angeles Rams in 1949 and finishing his Pro Football Hall of Fame career there in 1957 (Ironically, Hirsch led the College All-Stars to a victory over the NFL Champion Rams 3 years earlier in 1946 and was MVP of the game). Hirsch led the league in receiving in 1951 and collected an NFL Championship that same year. After football, Hirsch parlayed his Hollywood good looks into a TV and Movie career before returning to football as GM for the Rams (1960-69) and then as AD at his Alma Mater - The University of Wisconsin (1969-1987).
This jersey is an officially licensed product of the Football Greats Alliance. A portion of all proceeds benefit the Greater Good Fund, whose purpose is to improve the health and wellness of retired NFL Players. To learn more, visit www.footballgreatsalliance.com
Please note: Due to licensing, this product cannot be customized.
|Approx. Ht.||5'0" - 5'6"||5'4" - 6'0"||5'8" - 6'2"||5'9" - 6'2"||5'9" - 6'2"|
Wonderful tribute to Crazylegs!
Many thanks to Ebbets Field for producing this wonderful tribute to Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch. It is a beautiful jersey and inspires fond memories of those wonderful days before all the hype. The colors are bright and it is well-tailored. Thank you for attending to the legacies of the great sports (baseball, football and hockey) and the heroes that toiled in these great uniforms.