10 Football Autographs – Fouts, Bratkowski, Pead, Unger, Staley, Etc.
Lot 271. 10 Football Autographs – Fouts, Bratkowski, Pead, Unger, Staley, Etc. Dan Fouts’ signature is large, bold and mint 9 on a 1993 Goal Line Art Pro Football Hall of Fame card. The other autographs are on various media. Zeke Bratkowski (died 2019) signed a copy of his 1954 Bowman rookie card. Bratkowski was an All-American at the University of Georgia and a three-time NFL champion with the Green Bay Packers. His signature is nm-m 8. Kendall Hunter’s autograph is mint 9 on an 8” x 10” photo from Panini. Hunter was an All-American Oklahoma State running back who won an NFC championship with San Francisco. Injuries limited his pro career, which ended in 2017. Isaiah Pead placed his nm-m 8 signature on an Upper Deck SPX card that also contains a used jersey section. Pead played for the Rams, Steelers and Dolphins. Five signatures are on 3” x 5” photo cards from the Senior Bowl: Jeremiah Johnson, a running back for four different NFL and CFL teams; Ronald Johnson, who played for the Eagles and 49ers; Ed Dickson, a tight end on the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII championship team who subsequently played for Carolina and Seattle; Max Unger, a three-time Pro Bowl center who played for Seattle and New Orleans; and Joe Staley, a San Francisco offensive tackle selected for the NFL’s 2010s All-Decade team. These signatures are nm-m 8. Also, a signature of Russell Stuvaints on an 8” x10” color photo; he was a defensive back on the Steelers’ Super Bowl XL championship team. Nm-m 8. Kevin Keating authenticated the signatures. These cards are accompanied by an unsigned Bob Hayes Goal Line Art card and 54 Senior Bowl cards that have facsimile autographs. Minimum Bid $35.