Joe Namath Legacy Jersey New York Jets 1968

  • 100% polyester mesh body
  • Polyester dazzle sleeves and yoke
  • Twill sleeve and back numbers
  • Twill name on dazzle nameplate
  • Screen print logos
  • Embroidered felt name/year ID patch
  • Woven NFL jock tag

Joe Namath excelled in several sports as a youth in the steel-mill town of Beaver Falls, near Pittsburgh. He played football at the University of Alabama (1962–64) under coach Bear Bryant, a famous developer of quarterbacks.

The National Football League (NFL) and the American Football League (AFL) competed for him as a first-round draft choice, and he went to the AFL New York Jets with an unprecedented three-year contract for more than $400,000. He became the Jets’ starting quarterback midway through his first season, and in 1967 he threw for a record 4,007 yards.

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