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Autographed Shonn Greene Helmet - Proline Steiner Hologram

Autographed Shonn Greene Helmet - Proline Steiner Hologram The New York Jets knew what they wanted to do in the 3rd round of the 2009 NFL draft. That's why they traded third- fourth- and seventh-round picks just to move up and take Shonn Greene a running back from the University of Iowa. What a trade it was. Greene took over the #2 running back roll when Leon Washington got hurt during the season and has been the #1 running back in the postseason rushing for 263 in the first two games. Shonn Greene has hand signed this New York Jets Proline Helmet. Steiner Sports Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity.

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