Game Worn Football Jersey 

A game worn / game used football collection from the CFL, USFL, WFL, XFL, WLAF, NCAA, NFL, and Arena football leagues.

Canadian Football League



Paul Brule - Defensive Back (St. Francis Xavier)



A star running back from 1964-67 with St. F/X, Paul Brule was the first university running back to gain 1,000 yards in a season in Canada. He scored a whopping 25 touchdowns in 1967 and still holds records for 51 career majors in Canadian university sports and once had 8 TDs in a game. He was a member of the 1967 Vanier Cup championship team as the X-Men downed the Waterloo Warriors. The Ottawa Rough Riders made him the 2nd overall pick of the 1968 CFL Draft but he began his career with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers who converted him to the secondary. Brule did play sparingly on offense, mostly in 1968 where he caught 5 passes for 43 yards and rushed 13 times for 32 yards and a score. He became an All-Star in 1970 when he intercepted 9 passes. Brule played 4 seasons in Winnipeg before finishing his career with one season in Montreal in 1972. Over his career, he had 16 interceptions in 67 games and returned 240 punts. Brule was inducted to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2018 for his university career and also has a place in the St. Francis Xavier Sports Hall of Fame.







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Jim Elder - Cornerback (Louisiana State)

Joe Petty - Wide Receiver (Arizona State)


Presented here is a rare CFL All-Star jersey used in the mid-1970's. The league held All-Star games in the preseason on a semi-regular basis during the decade using top performers from the previous season. While footage of these games online is non-existent, this jersey was used in the 1974 All-Star contest by Saskatchewan Roughriders cornerback Jim Elder and was recycled for use in the 1976 game for Montreal Alouettes wide receiver Joe Petty. The CFL did not stage an All-Star game in 1975. 

Jim Elder picked off four passes for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1973 to earn a nod to the 1974 All-Star game. Over a six-year pro career that spanned from 1972 to 1977, Elder intercepted 10 balls in the CFL with the Ottawa Rough Riders, Saskatchewan and Toronto Argonauts. 

Joe Petty played tight end at Arizona State and was selected by the San Diego Chargers in the 16th round of the 1973 NFL Draft. He hauled in 30 passes for 575 yards and a 19.2 average as a rookie in 1975 with the Alouettes to garner an invitation to play in the 1976 All-Star game. Petty played in 11 games and caught 11 passes over the 1976 and 1977 seasons with the Als to close out his pro career. 

This mesh jersey was made by Southland Athletic, who also supplied game jerseys for the Montreal Alouettes in the mid-1970's. The style, stars and colour of the jersey is very similar to the previous CFL All-Star game jerseys that Southland also supplied for the league earlier in the decade. The stars on the shoulders and Elder's name are sewn directly on the back of the jersey. A nameplate with the name Petty was sewn over top of Elder's name. The nameplate is partially removed to uncover Elder's name, perhaps the work of a previous owner of the jersey. The 1974 All-Star jerseys had a CFL Players Association patch on the sleeve, which is not on this jersey. I am unaware if the patch was worn in the 1976 game.








Art McAvoy - Back Judge / Head Linesman


Art McAvoy wore this CFL Official's jersey during the 1992 season. McAvoy worked as an official in the CFL for 26 seasons, debuting on June 8, 1978 in a game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Overall, McAvoy officiated 516 CFL games and 8 Grey Cups before moving into a role as Supervisor/Evaluator of Officials with the league. Art has been spotted in the past in the Spirit of Edmonton party suite during Grey Cup week.






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