Jerry Golsteyn was drafted by the New York Giants in the 12th round (333rd overall) in the 1976 NFL Draft. He spent two years with the Giants appearing in 13 games and starting 5 while completing 43 of 110 passes with 2 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. In 1979, he split time between the Baltimore Colts and Detroit Lions, appearing in one game for each team. He recorded no stats in Baltimore but started one game with the Lions, completing 2 of 9 passes with 2 interceptions. Golsteyn resurfaced with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and backed-up Doug Williams in 1982 and then became the starter the following season after Williams left for the Oklahoma Outlaws of the USFL. He started the first three games of 1983 with little success and was replaced by Jack Thompson. Golsteyn was briefly with the Raiders in 1984 before wearing this jersey during the 1985 season backing up Reggie Collier for the Orlando Renegades completing 65 of 135 passes for 647 yards with 4 touchdowns and 7 interceptions.
Ken Times - Nose Tackle (Southern)
Ken Times bounced around during his football career. He suited up for three games in 1980 for the San Francisco 49ers and also one game for the CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers that same year. In 1981, he failed to make the Denver Broncos roster but hooked on for two games with the St. Louis Cardinals before being a camp cut in 1982. In 1983, he signed with the Washington Federals but was dealt to the Tampa Bay Bandits for a future draft pick where he played 12 games as a part of “Bandit Ball”. The Bandits would trade Times to Memphis in 1984 for center Lee North and he played four games for the Showboats before being placed on waivers. Chicago claimed Times on waivers from the Showboats and he would end the season with the Blitz. Times wore this jersey after being selected by the Orlando Renegades in the dispersal draft of Blitz players. It features a few team repairs and several hit marks along with domes for a crotch strap. Times was traded back to the Tampa Bay Bandits during the 1985 season. He recorded 11 sacks in 1983, and another 6 in 1984 (all for the Blitz) and 1 for the Renegades in 1985. Check out the Memphis Showboats page to see Ken's 1984 road Showboats jersey.