Green Bay Packers 1950 Football Jersey
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Description: Authentic reproduction of the original Green Bay Packers 1950 football jersey worn by Bob Mann (#87). This jersey is as authentic as they come!
- Made in one of the original US factories
- Plaited durene cotton fabric
- Nylon outer and cotton inner layer
- Hand sewn twill "87" on front and back
- Signature jock tag
- Item #: GRB50FJ
History: Wide Receiver Bob Mann is recognized as being the first African American to play in a regular season game for the Green Bay Packers in 1950 (He shared the same distinction with Mel Groomes when they did so in 1948 for the Detroit Lions). Mann was the also the first player in Packers history to have a face mask on his helmet.
This jersey also available in #3 Tony Canadeo. If you would like to order this player, specify in the comments section at checkout.
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.
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