It's not that I was impressed that Tri-Star had a Brooks Reed jersey, it was more so that someone would pay $500 for an autographed Brooks Reed jersey. Cushing, Foster, Watt, and Schaub jerseys werealso readily available as was an Earl Campbell Oilers jersey and a Warren Moon CFL jersey.
It still looks weird to have The Big Puma associated with the Cardinals, and I suppose it will be just as strange this season when he is playing for the Texas Rangers.
For all of you Aggies out there, this John David Crow jersey might have been of interest. They also had Von Miller and Ryan Tanneyhil jerseys available. I can only imagine Johnny Heisman merchandise is about 365 days away.
If you are a Cleveland Browns fan, your options for purchase were Jim Brown and this guy Colt McCoy. I bet you can guess which one was more expensive.
Who buys a punter's jersey? Would Ray Guy even buy Ray Guy merchandise for his own family?
I'm a huge fan of the boxing gear and the idea of a "Big Daddy" Riddick Bowe robe or "Irish" Mickey Ward is awfully enticing. Bowe might have been the most talented heavyweight of his era, but just lost it between his ears. It's too bad that Bowe never got in the ring with either Mike Tyson or Lennox Lewis, the other true heavyweights of the era.
I can't believe they were able to find a pair of Arturo Gatti's trunks that did not have blood all over them.
Finally, what jersey collection is complete without an autographed "Willie Beamen" shirt autographed by Jamie Fox. I myself purchased one of the autographed jerseys in the store and will tweet out a picture as soon as it arrives in the mail. If you don't follow on twitter, you should! https://twitter.com/MJ4Sports .