1970's St. Louis Cardinals - Conrad Dobler Game-Worn Jersey
"I see defensive linemen jump to knock a pass down," he said after he retired. "When that happened near me, I'd smack 'em in the solar plexus, and that got their hands down real quick. It's as if nobody wants to see anybody else get injured." Dobler didn't care who got hurt. He punched Mean Joe Greene, he kicked Merlin Olsen in the head, he bit, he gouged, and once, he spit on a downed and injured opponent, the Eagles' Bill Bradley. Conrad Dobler was perhaps best known as the dirtiest man in the NFL in his nearly 10 year career mostly with the St. Louis Cardinals. This is a size "XL" white jersey with Wison Made in the USA tag in front tail. Team repairs throughout the jersey are apparent as is wear through the screened on numbers. Dual color screened red on black numbers "66" on front, back and shoulders. "DOBLER" is sewn on back nameplate. Five tier black/red striping on sleeves is spaced appropriately. Jersey exhibits great use and wouldn't be a gamer without a little Dobler spit.
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