Free U.S. Shipping on Orders Over $69. Use Code: COLLECTION
20% Off Sitewide + Free U.S. Shipping on Orders Over $69. Use Code: COLLECTION

Ray Lewis Baltimore Ravens Autographed Riddell VSR4 Mini Helmet with "HOF 18" Inscription - Hand Painted by Artist Charles Fazzino

Your Price: $2,499.99
Ships Free with code: COLLECTION
  • Product ID: 5036468
  • Includes an individually numbered, tamper-evident hologram
  • Hand-signed autograph
  • Signature may vary
  • Inscription reads ''HOF 18''
  • Officially licensed
  • Brand: Fanatics Authentic
  • Memorabilia and Collectible items have a 30-day return policy. Orders cannot be returned or refunded after 30 days.
Take your Baltimore Ravens memorabilia collection to the next level with this Ray Lewis Autographed Riddell VSR4 Mini Helmet. This stunning artwork by Charles Fazzino features a hand-signed autograph and "HOF 18" inscription from arguably the greatest middle linebacker in NFL history. Lewis was drafted by Baltimore in its inaugural 1996 season and immediately made his mark by leading the team in tackles in his rookie campaign, a feat he would accomplish 14 more times in his 17-year career. Lewis led the entire league in tackles his sophomore season, which he'd accomplish another four times, and earned his first Pro Bowl invitation, of which he'd receive another dozen. Lewis hit another gear in 2000 when he won his first of two Defensive Player of the Year awards due to his role on Baltimore's record-setting defense. The 2000 Ravens allowed fewer points and rushing yards than any NFL defense in a 16-game season, and in their fifth and final shutout win of the season, Lewis became the second linebacker to win Super Bowl MVP. Few football players have ever been as dominant as Lewis was in the early 2000s, and the Ravens defensive leader ultimately became the NFL's all-time leader in solo and total tackles. Lewis helped Baltimore win its second Super Bowl title in his final 2012 season, and he was voted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 2018. Whether this signed helmet is displayed in your home or office, there's no better way to commemorate one of the greatest defensive football players and Baltimore Ravens ever.