1997 Green Bay Packers - Leroy Butler Game-Worn Super Bowl XXXI Helmet (feat. Pete Rozelle & Super Bowl Decals)
Leroy Butler was the rock of the Green Bay Packer defense which dominated pro football in the mid '90s. Green and gold admirers relished Butler's high stepping antics and big hits from the safety position.
When Butler spontaneously "leaped" on December 26, 1993 it was a leap into the heart of Packernation. That defining moment (Lambeau Leap) invented by Butler is now practiced regularly by all scoring Packers and is cemented outside Lambeau.
This game-worn helmet was worn by Butler during Super Bowl XXXI. It was identified as such by the decals on the back. For example, it features the Pete Rozelle decal over the NFL shield on the left and warning sticker on the right. Then on the lower Ridell portion it has the Green Bay logo and Super Bowl XXXII decal. The classic white and green "G" logos are featured on both sides.
The dome shows tremendous battle wear with noticible scrapes and dings on the top and side portion. In the Big Game while buzzing about the field, Butler did sack Drew Bledsoe. The interior has all the padding intact and has both warning and 1996 re-certification stickers affixed near the left earhole. Butler's jersey number "36" was written in black felt tip on the other side.
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