Fall Premier Auction 2013
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A special 2010 New Orleans Saints Breast Cancer Awareness jersey worn by offensive tackle Jon Stinchcomb in a home game against the Carolina Panthers on October 3, 2010. The Saints won 16-14 as Stinchcomb and his unit protected Drew Brees well and opened running lanes to the tune of 121 yards on 29 carries. The size 48 L white Reebok jersey with black trimmed neck has the pink 'C' patch sewn on the front right shoulder in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Stinchcomb's #78 is stitched in black tackle twill with gold outline on the front, back and shoulders. On back is 'STINCHCOMB' stitched in same color scheme. Sleeves feature the Saints team logo along with the Reebok patch, and they also have an elastic hem. The NFL Equipment logo patch is sewn at the V-neck. '07-48' and 'L' tags sewn inside collar indicates year issued and size. According to the NFL COA, Stinchcomb did wear this 2007-issued jersey in 2010, the last for the 2009 Pro Bowler and Super Bowl XLIV Champion.
There is significant game use present in both front shoulder areas with several black marks. The front and back numbers show wear-and-tear typical of the grabbing, pushing and pulling that goes on at the line of scrimmage. Some fraying has occurred in the letters and front numbers, but jersey remains largely as-issued in problem-free condition notwithstanding Stinchcomb's stench.
Comes with a COA from the National Football League and PSA/DNA.