Signed twice by the Hall of Famer and also inked by commissioner Bert Bell, the pact includes a $12,000 salary for his first season in Cleveland.
He was the ultimate Super Bowl underdog and Chris Matthews rookie cards were–at least for a couple of hours–a hot item.
Sitting in a garage for decades, a TV show helps bring the 1946 Cleveland Browns championship trophy back into the light.
Although Ernie Davis never played a single game in the NFL, he is one of the most memorable players in football history. A college superstar at Syracuse and drafted first overall by the Washington Redskins in 1962, Davis was then traded to the Cleveland Browns. He seemed poised for an excellent NFL career, creating a […]
You could buy a ticket to this year’s Super Bowl. But wouldn’t it be a better long term investment to own one of these…for less money?
Lou Groza’s son stops by the Antiques Roadshow to get an appraisal on some inherited items from the Hall of Famer’s career.
Rookie QB Colt McCoy talks football cards, autographs and other stuff.