Game Worn Football Jersey

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

San Antonio Texans



Troy Mills - Running Back (California)



Troy Mills started a lengthy CFL career in 1993 with the expansion Sacramento Gold Miners.  He became the team's featured  back in 1994, rushing for 1,230 yards in 15 games while catching 61 passes for another 774 yards.  Mills signed as a free agent with the transplanted Gold Miners in San Antonio in August 1995 and wore this jersey that year.  In 7 games with the Texans, Mills ran for 445 yards on 82 carries.  When the US teams folded, Mills was taken by the Calgary Stampeders in the 9th round of the dispersal draft.  Mills was cut and signed with the Ottawa Rough Riders in September 1996 where he played 5 games.  The Riders folded after the 1996 season and Mills was again taken by Calgary in the dispersal draft, this time in the 3rd round.  The Stamps cut him again before the regular season.  Mills returned in 1998 with the Edmonton Eskimos.  In 1999, he had his second 1,000 yard season running for 1,022 yards in only 11 games.  Injuries limited Mills to 7 games in 2000 and the Eskimos released him.  Mills spent 2001 with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and returned to Edmonton for one final season in 2003.  Over his career, Mills had 862 carries for 4,693 yards and 35 touchdowns.





Tony Jackson - Running Back (Vanderbilt)



From Saginaw, Michigan, Tony Jackson played his college ball in Tennessee for the Vanderbilt Commodores.  After college, Jackson began his pro career by signing with the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League in 1994.  Jackson spent one season in Vancouver, rushing 19 times for 57 yards and catching 5 passes for 56 yards and one touchdown in three games.  He also added 60 yards on 10 punt returns and 133 yards on 7 kickoffs.  In 1995, he went to San Antonio to play with the Texans of the CFL who had moved from Sacramento after two seasons as the Gold Miners.  Jackson played in three games for the Texans, rushing for 45 yards on 8 carries and adding one pass reception for 4 yards.  He was also active in the kicking game where he returned 5 punts for 34 yards and 3 kickoffs for 72 yards. 




Jamie Redmond - Defensive Back (Middle Tennessee State)



Jamie Redmond began his pro career by signing with the Sacramento Gold Miners as a free agent in 1994.  That year, Redmond registered  two sacks, intercepted two passes, recovered a fumble to go along with 15 tackles in 8 games.  Redmond followed the team to San Antonio and wore this jersey in preseason action for the Texans.  Redmond was released before the season began and signed with the Memphis Mad Dogs where he played 11 games and was credited with 14 tackles.  Later in 1995, Redmond would play for Tampa Bay of the Arena League and made two solo tackles for the Storm.  Redmond was selected in the March 1996 CFL US Dispersal Draft by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the 11th round (94th overall) but never suited up for the Bombers.