As part of its partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Lelands is offering another stack of game-worn jerseys in its current auction.
The franchise kept hundreds of jerseys in storage, many dating back decades. The current group includes Steeler gamers dating back to the 1970s and 80s “Steel Curtain” era and even a couple worn by players in the 1960s.
The auction includes 22 jerseys along with an old sideline cape and equipment bag. Among the highlights are jerseys once donned by Jack Lambert, Mel Blount, Andy Russell, John Stallworth, Jerome Bettis, Rod Woodson and Troy Polamalu.
Each is being sold individually. Proceeds benefit the Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research.
Lelands President Mike Heffner visited with Pittsburgh Today Live on Monday to talk about the auction.
The auction continues through June 19 at Lelands.com.