About Doug Flutie Autographed NFL Jerseys
Once a quarterback for the NFL and CFL, Doug Flutie was a professional football player for 20 years having started from 1985 until 2005. Flutie, in his college years, would play for the Boston College Eagles. The highlight of Flutie’s college playing days was in 1984 when the Eagles were facing the Miami Hurricanes with the Hurricanes leading 45-41. In the last 6 seconds Flutie threw a pass to Gerard Phelan which the Hurricanes defense paid no attention and got the touch down. That play earned Flutie the Heisman Trophy as well as the UPI Player of the Year Award. It is immortalized by a statue outside the Alumni Stadium. As an avid fan purchasing the Doug Flutie Autographed Footballs, is a way of commemorating that achievement.
Flutie also received the Walter Camp Award, Dave O’Brien award, and the Maxwell Award. He was also the Liberty Bowl MVP in 1983. Standing 5 feet and 10 inches, many would think it would hinder him as a quarterback. He started his professional career with the New Jersey Generals of the USFL and then would play for the Chicago Bears in 1987. Add to your collection the Chicago Bears Autographed Footballs as you chronicle Flutie’s pro career.
He would then play for the Canadian Football League or CFL. He won a Grey Cup in 1992 as a quarterback for the Calgary Stampeders and was awarded with the Grey Cup MVP as well. Earn the Doug Flutie Autographed NFL Helmets from this site as you increase your collection of sports items. All items are guaranteed authentic so check out this site and scour for your favorite items.