Game Worn Football Jersey 

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

New England Patriots



Preston Brown - Wide Receiver (Vanderbilt)



A dangerous returner at Vanderbilt, Preston Brown still holds the school record for longest kickoff return (100-yards). In addition to three career return TD's for the Commodores, he was the SEC's leading receiver in 1980 with 52 catches for 786 yards. He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the 6th round (162nd overall) of the 1980 NFL Draft. The pick used to select Brown was one of two the Patriots received from Houston in exchange for OT Leon Gray. He played in six games as a rookie and caught 4 passes for 114 yards and a score before an injury ended his season. He also spent the entire 1981 season on injured reserve. He returned to action in 1982, appearing in 9 games as a returner. Brown spent 1983 with the New York Jets and played in all of the team's contests returning kickoffs. Brown closed out his career with two games for the Cleveland Browns in 1984 where he returned 8 kickoffs. This Sand-Knit jersey obviously dates several years prior to Brown's arrival to the team from the tagging, which dates to the early 1970's. The Patriots were known to recycle their jerseys during this time period with several examples in the hobby of game worn jerseys from the 1970's being used by players in the early 1980's. This jersey has had hand-warming pockets added to the front of the jersey.






Terry Ray - Safety, Linebacker (Oklahoma)



Another one of gamewornfootballjersey.com's favourite players, Terry Ray entered the NFL as a 6th round pick of the Atlanta Falcons in the 1992 draft. Ray would only spend one season in Atlanta, appearing in 10 games with 2 starts. He was picked up by the New England Patriots off waivers from Atlanta in 1993. Ray spent the next 4 seasons with the Patriots, suiting up for 63 regular season games including 24 starts. Ray picked off 4 passes during his time in New England, one each season. Ray resurfaced in 1999 with the CFL's Edmonton Eskimos where he become an instant star. Ray played the next 4 years in Edmonton and was voted a CFL All-Star in 2000 and 2001. His best season would occur in 2000, when he was the West's nominee for the league's Outstanding Defensive Player (won by Hamilton's Joe Montford). In 2000, Ray had 113 tackles, 8 tackles for loss, and 4 interceptions. After four stellar seasons in Edmonton, Ray was released on June 14, 2003 and signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers the following day. Ray would spend the next two seasons in Winnipeg before calling it a career. During his time in the CFL, Ray would spend six seasons and finish with 10 pass interceptions, 15 quarterback sacks, and 9 fumble recoveries. He also scored a touchdown in his first CFL season with a 92-yard return of a fumble. Ray was also a big contributor on special teams despite being a starter, notching double-digit special teams tackles in his final 5 seasons in the league (he had 9 in 1999, his first season in the league). After his playing days ended, Ray became a scout for the Washington Redskins.