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1994-1995 Baltimore Stallions Team-Signed Helmet (24 Signatures) with Tracy Ham & O.J. Brigance

Lot Number 1675

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The short-lived Baltimore Stallions franchise made Canadian Football League history in 1995 by being the first and only U.S.-based CFL team to win the Grey Cup. Running back Mike Pringle led the charge with nearly 1,800 regular-season rushing yards, then added almost 500 more yards in just 3 postseason games. With the imminent arrival of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens, the Stallions relocated to Montreal in '96 and became the Alouettes. Seldom seen, this Stallions signed helmet is NM with "7-9" signature strength. Includes: Tracy Ham (CFL Hall of Famer), Don Hill-Eley (coach), Neal Fort, Mike Pringle (CFL Hall of Famer), Walter Wilson, Irv Smith, Michael Brooks, Don Matthews (head coach and CFL Hall of Famer), Jearld Baylis, Shar Pourdanesh, Rob Davis, Demetrious Maxie, Steve Burrato (coach), Pete Tuipulotu, Karl Anthony, O.J. Brigance, Rob Presbury, Scott Miller, Malcolm Goodwin and Marty Long (coach). Not third-party authenticated.

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