Game Worn/Used Items

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Locker Room Stool from

Cleveland Municipal Stadium

 

  Cleveland Browns Locker Room Stool. Wood stool that was once used in the Cleveland Browns locker room in the 1960’s and 1970’s.  Marked Cleveland Stadium on the base.  Acquired by Lelands Auction House when they were commissioned to hold the auctions at Cleveland Stadium in 1996.   This stool shows some wear and is labeled "From Cleveland Stadium, Used in Browns Locker room.."

 

 

 

 

Game Used Helmet of 

#43, RB, Mike Pruitt

 

  Riddell PAC3, Dated 1979 Size Large, painted orange over molded orange shell, face mask Schutt NOPO - Late 70's - 80's Worn 4 & 3 on rear of helmet -either painted or printing from removed decals, #43 interior.  Wore by RB Mike Pruitt...this helmet has Moderate to Heavy game wear.

  A hard-nosed runner, Mike Pruitt topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark four times (1979-81, '83) in his nine seasons in Cleveland. His best season statistically came in 1979 when he rushed for a career-high 1,294 yards for the seventh-highest total in club history. Pruitt ranks third on the team's all-time rushing list with 6,540 yards and third with 47 rushing touchdowns. He was also a dangerous weapon out of the backfield, collecting 63 receptions in 1980 and '81. Pruitt, who joined the Browns in 1976 as a first-round draft choice, played in the 1980 and '81 Pro Bowls.

  Inducted into the Browns Legends in 2004

 

 

Game Used Jersey of 

#92, DE, Courtney Brown

 

  Courtney Brown drafted #1 overall by the Browns out of Penn State in the 2000, he played for the Browns from 2000-2004.  This jersey is tagged for the 2001 season and manufactured in Berlin, WI by Reebok, with correct team labeling inside the collar (01-48D). 

  Brown wore both name on back (NOB) "Brown" and "C. Brown" during his career with the Browns.  In reviewing  team history, years 2001-2003 he was the only player with the name Brown on the active roster.  In 2000 and 2004 there was another Brown on the team.  So it would reason that the 2001 jersey is correct with just the use of Brown…….my game photo is from a 2003 (H) game (the second time the Browns played the Cards during his career.)  I have also seen a 2001 jersey with C. Brown.  From all indications the team would recycle jerseys which would make it possible to have both C. Brown and Brown game jerseys, but NFL uniform policy indicates that the NOB "Brown" jersey would be correct.

  During his time with the Browns he is credited with playing in 47 games.  He is credited with 17 sacks and 156 tackles while scoring 1 touchdown.  Often injured he was traded to the Broncos in 2005.

 

 

Game Used Jersey of 

#68, G-T-C, Robert E. Jackson

 

  Robert E. Jackson drafted by the Browns in the 1975 NFL draft out of Duke played for the Browns from 1975-1985.  This jersey uses the brown numbers outlined in orange which were only used during the 1984 season. Manufactured in Berlin, WI by Sand-Knit, with correct labeling. 

  Jackson played numerous positions along the offensive line.  This jersey features manufacture holes under the arm pit areas line men used to tight the jerseys close to their pads.  and also is extra length and still has the crotch piece in place which aided to keep the jersey tucked in.

  During his time with the Browns he is credited with playing in 160 games, starting in 126 of them.  He is credited with 5 kick returns for 74 yards. 

 

Game Used Jersey of 

#63, LG, Joe Andruzzi

- SOLD/TRADED -

 

  Joe Andruzzi acquired from the New England Patriots in 2005 played for the Browns for two seasons.   This jersey manufactured in Berlin, WI by Reebox, bears the Browns 60th Anniversary patch on the left shoulder and has all proper team labeling, (06-48 O-4). 

  This jersey features extra length, linemen cut under arms  crotch piece which aided keeping the jersey tucked in.  Also featured are the spandex panels along the side to account  for the extra girth of the linemen.  This jersey was purchased direct from the Browns and still has the Browns equipment bar code tag in place.

  During his time with the Browns he is credited with playing in 27 games, starting in all of them.

 

Game/Practice Used Pants

from the 2006, 2007 season,  (Players Unkown)

2009 season, (PRO-BOWL LT JOE THOMAS).   

 

  These game/practice used pants are made by Reebok and feature the white polyester material with the 3" one piece orange/brown/orange leg stripe. 

  The 2006 pants (top) have the pre-2008 NFL shield with 20 stars on the left leg and Reebok manufacturing logo on the right.  They are properly tagged in the waist line by the team 06-34 and have the team inventory bar code still in place.  Sized 34, Big Boy, S.I. these pants have been modified by the team, removed is the waist belt loops and inserting eclectic to the waist band area.  Also in place is a team tag with number 94 indentifying the player who wore these.

  The 2007 (middle) pants have a  modern NFL shield with 8 stars sew over-top of (I assume) a pre-2008 NFL shield with 20 stars on the left leg, telling me these pants were used prior to 2008 and then after the 2008 NFL logo change.  The Reebok manufacturing logo is on the right.  They are properly tagged by the team 07-48 and have the team inventory bar code still in place.  Sized 48, Big Boy, Short these pants have been modified by the team, with a reinforced 2 1/2" wide waistband and are complete with belt. Also in place is a team tag with number 94 indentifying the player who wore these.

  The 2009 (bottom) pants have the modern NFL shield with 8 stars on the left leg and Reebok manufacturing logo on the right.  They are properly tagged in the waist line by the team 09-50  Sized 50, Big Boy, S.I. these pants have been modified by the team, with a reinforced 2 1/2" wide waistband and are complete with belt and draw string.  Also in place is a team inventory tag with number 73 indentifying the player who wore these

  These pants were purchase direct from the team.

 

 

 

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