A jersey worn by Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert during his rookie season sold for $55,812 at the annual Super Bowl Auction Saturday. The dark blue jersey dates to the November 8, 2020 ‘Salute to Service’ game against the Raiders in which Herbert passed for 326 yards and two touchdowns.
It was the highest selling item in he sale conducted by Hunt Auctions in coordination with NFL Auctions. Proceeds from the items consigned through NFL Auctions–mostly recent game-used gear–will go to charity.
Josh Allen’s jersey from the Bills’ 2019 Thanksgiving Day game against the Cowboys also drew plenty of interest before closing at $41,125.
Several game-used footballs were also offered including a ball from the Eagles’ win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII which went for $14,100. Two autographed and inscribed footballs from Joe Burrow’s NFL debut last year sold for $12,925 and $11,632, respectively.
Items from the collection of Hall of Fame lineman John Hannah were among the auction headliners. A jersey he wore during his college career at Alabama in the early 1970s was the top selling item at $8,812.
Other sales include:
- Lawrence Taylor game-worn helmet $23,500
- Jerry Rice 1994 NFC Championship game jersey $24,675
- 1996 Dan Marino autographed game jersey $19,975
- 1890 Princeton-Yale Thanksgiving Day football broadside $12,925
- Matthew Stafford game-worn jersey $11,750
The game-used glove that was tossed into the stands as part of the infamous Antonio Brown disrobe as he left the field during a late season Tampa Bay game soared to $16,912 in a Lelands auction Saturday night.
Also sold was a full ticket to Tom Brady’s NFL debut game on September 23, 2001. Graded mint 9, it netted $25,735. The game saw the young second stringer enter against the New York Jets after Drew Bledsoe was injured, completing 5 of 10 passes.