If you’re a fan of the Green Bay Packers you may want to buy it and burn it as a ritual sacrifice, but the helmet worn by Marshawn Lynch in Seattle’s January 18 NFC Championship victory sold at auction Monday night.
Lynch rushed for 157 yards and scored a late touchdown to help complete an improbable comeback and spoil the Pack’s upset bid, sending Seattle to the Super Bowl. It’s also remembered as the score that resulted in a $20,000 fine for making an obscene gesture.
His Super Bowl Media Day jersey sold for $5,550 and a game-worn Lynch jersey from a September game last season, brought $4,801.
Curry’s Game One jersey sold last week for $22,242.
The Game One jersey worn by Finals MVP Andre Iguodala went for for $6,410
Jerseys donned by LeBron James in the first three games of the Finals are up for bid now.
Pete Rose is continuing his autograph gig in Las Vegas and apparently chatting with fans about anything and everything despite the recent ESPN report that he had gambled on games while an active player. The Las Vegas Review-Journal stopped by for this story.