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About Gale Sayers Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A well-known football player Gale Sayers belongs to Wichita, Kansas. He completed his graduation from Omaha Central High School and being announced as twice all American Football Player at University of Kansas. Gale is given another name in football sector known as “The Kansas Comet”. This National Football League player achieved many mile stones and always performed best for his team. This successful industrialist started his professional career in football in 1965. He signed his first agreement with Chicago and scored record touchdowns of 22. Chicago Bears proline TB HOF helmet signed by Gale Sayers are available at online stores that anybody can buy. These stores contain Gale Sayers’s autographed Jayhawks mini helmet.
Gale started his second session of football in 1966 and he was the player leading with 1231 yards with good average of 5.4 yards per carry. Sayers placed one more NFL record with 2440 universal yards. He also won most valuable player award for Pro Bowl in second season. His third season was started at 1967. Brain Piccolo was his team member created few records for Chicago team and he was suffering from cancer. Gale got second injury in knee in 1970 and prescribed to take complete rest and this was the same time when Piccolo died. Some of the black and white photographs autographed by Gale are available at stores. Those who want to watch the past pictures of Gale can go for such photographs. Gale then got the classes of stockbroker and created the record to become the first black stockbroker of his firm.