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1985 Tampa Bay Bandits Mike Morgan Game-Used Helmet - Awesome Use!

Rare game-used helmet from one the hobby's best USFL collections, worn by big defensive tackle Mike Morgan during the last season of USFL football. Morgan, a defensive star with the Chicago Blitz in'84, was brought south in '85 to shore up a promising Bandits squad, and was considered a key piece to championship aspirations. This well-used specimen is a gem, offering tremendous use throughout the shell from a challenging 18-game season, with optimal opponent hits and paint, and all correct identifiers and complete Riddell interior, as well as Morgan's uniform number "76" stickered on back. Displays all proper Riddell professional specs & labeling, and displays original clips and includes original Riddell chinstrap, which should not be underestimated. Incredible representation and display!


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