Fall Premier Auction 2013
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Tim Tebow spent Halloween 2010 of his rookie season overseas with his Denver Broncos teammates as Wembley Stadium in London played host to a match-up with the San Francisco 49ers, part of the NFL's recurring international series of regular season games. He wore this rare white jersey equipped with the special 'International Series' patch in the 10/31/2010 game. Drafted in the first round (#25 overall) in 2010, college football's Golden Boy was used early in the season as strictly a change-of-pace running quarterback off the bench in Denver's "Wild Horse" formation. In this contest, down 3-0 in the 3rd quarter, Tebow gave the Broncos the lead with a 1-yard TD run. It would not hold as the 49ers won it 24-16. Tebow would become the starter later in the season and show off the brief glimpses of Tebow magic that gets so much attention.
The size 46 A white Reebok jersey with navy stretchy sides features Tebow's #15 on the front, back, and shoulders in navy tackle twill with orange outline. On back 'TEBOW' is stitched in navy tackle twill on a white nameplate. Sleeves have Reebok patches and elastic hem as does the bottom of the jersey. NFL Equipment logo patch at V-neck neck and 'BRONCOS' logo patch just below that. 'INTERNATIONAL SEEIES' patch is sewn in red on upper left chest. '10-46' and 'A' tagging sewn inside collar indicates year worn and size. NFL & PSA/DNA sticker behind neck.
The jersey shows heavy game use. The sides and armpit areas are covered with blue markings. Wembley is a grass field so not sure what that could be from, maybe chalk or paint. Two possible blood stains on front by the '5'. Long but faint red line on back left shoulder. Large white mark on back '5'. Hardly any pilling. A true gem of game use from one of the NFL's most popular players, whether you want to admit it or not.
Comes with a COA from the National Football League and PSA/DNA.