About Dick Butkus Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Considered as the greatest linebacker not only for his generation but also of all time, Richard Marvin Butkus or Dick for short is a former football player born on December 9, 1942. He was a star player for the Chicago Bears and University of Illinois. In 1979, he was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and also played a total of nine seasons for the Chicago Bears in the NFL.
Aside from being a football player, Butkus was also active in helping those in need. Some of the charitable groups which he has helped include The Butkus Foundation, I Play Clean Campaign, Butkus Awards, The Dick Butkus Centr for Cardiovascular Wellness, Legends 51 Cabernet Sauvignon Charity Wine and Charity Fight Night.
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In case you are not a fan of Butkus, there are also available items from New York Giants’ current quarterback, Eli Manning, one of the most productive quarterbacks in the history of NFL, Dan Marino and the former quarterback of Philadelphia Dolphins, Donovan McNabb.