Mike Webster Unsigned Custom Black Pro-Style Football Jersey Large
High Quality Material
Professionally Sewn Letters and Numbers
Featured is a Mike Webster custom football jersey. This is a professionally sewn jersey, featuring sewn name and numbers. Jersey size is Large. This is not an NFL jersey. It has no logos, tags or emblems. It is intended to be used as a sports collectible. **PLEASE NOTE: THIS JERSEY IS NOT SIGNED.** Mike Webster was regarded as the best center in the Big Ten during most of his career at the University of Wisconsin. At 6-foot-1, 255 pounds, he was drafted in the 5th round of the 1974 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Serving as a backup at center and guard for two years while being mentored by veteran center Ray Mansfield, Webster became the team's starting center in 1976, where he would remain for 150 straight games until 1986. These years included four Super Bowl wins by the Steelers, and Webster and Terry Bradshaw are consequently one of the most well-known centerquarterback pairs in history. Webster was honored as an All-Pro seven times and played in the Pro Bowl nine times. An avid weightlifter, Webster was known for playing with bare arms to keep opponents from grabbing his sleeves. Webster is also perhaps the best-known of a long line of All-Pro centers for the Steelers. From 1964 to 2006, just four men started at that position: Mansfield, Webster, Dermontti Dawson, and Jeff Hartings. In his last year in Pittsburgh, Webster returned the favor by mentoring the then-rookie Dawson in the same manner Mansfield mentored Webster earlier in his career.