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Jerome Bettis Pittsburgh Steelers Autographed Riddell Flat White Alternate Speed Authentic Helmet with Multiple Inscriptions - Limited Edition of 10

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  • Product ID: 4089094
  • Autographed helmet
  • Includes an individually numbered tamper-evident hologram
  • Signature may vary
  • Officially licensed
  • Brand: Fanatics Authentic
  • Memorabilia and Collectible items have a 30-day return policy. Orders cannot be returned or refunded after 30 days.
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Take your Pittsburgh Steelers memorabilia collection to the next level with this limited-edition Riddell Flat Alternate Speed Authentic Helmet. It features a hand-signed autograph and multiple inscriptions by Jerome Bettis. The legendary power back started his career in Los Angeles, where he thrived as the "Battering Ram" of a run-heavy offense. He won the 1993 Rookie of the Year and earned consecutive Pro Bowl invitations, but in his third season, a new coach and scheme that catered more to the pass left Bettis underutilized. The following summer he was traded to Pittsburgh, where he once again became the engine of an offense. Bettis rushed for 1,431 yards and 11 touchdowns then 1,665 yards and seven touchdowns the following year to earn consecutive All-Pro selections in his first two seasons as a Steeler. He continued to be Pittsburgh's offensive leader until various injuries slowed him down starting with his age-30 2002 season, but he was able to make a comeback to earn a final Pro Bowl invite in 2004 and then help the Steelers win Super Bowl XL in Bettis' hometown of Detroit in 2005. The Bus finished fifth on the NFL's all-time rushing list and second in franchise history. Whether this signed helmet is displayed in your home or office, there's no better way to commemorate one of the most iconic power runners and Pittsburgh Steelers to ever play the game.