Denver Broncos 1967 Football Jersey
Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1967 Denver Broncos Football Jersey worn by Floyd Little. This jersey is as authentic as they come!
- Made in one of the original US factories
- Plaited stretch nylon/cotton fabric
- Nylon outer and cotton inner layer
- Hand sewn twill "44" on front & back
- Item #: DB67FJ
History: Although personally recruited by Douglas MacArthur to play for Army, running back Floyd Little was eventually persuaded to play for the Syracuse Orangemen by the first African-American Heisman winner, Ernie Davis. Little joined the Denver Broncos in 1967, and spent his entire professional career with the team. Little was the NFL's rushing yards leader in 1971. He went to the Pro Bowl five times and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton in 2010. The Broncos and Syracuse University have both retired Little's #44.
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.