Only a few years after playing for the Packers, Mark Brunell joined the Jacksonville Jaguars. In 1997, 1998 and 2000, he was selected to the Pro Bowl and was awarded the MVP in the 1997 game. The Jags won an AFC Central Division title and became the first NFL expansion team to make the playoffs three times in four seasons when Brunell started, and in 1996, he led the team to the 1996 AFC Championship Game. Before NFL, Fred Taylor was the Florida Gators’ leading rusher with 1,292 yards on 214 carries and scored 13 touchdowns in 1997. His teammates chose him as their most valuable player, and he finished his college career ranked fourth in school history with 3,075 yards and 31 touchdowns. In the 1998 NFL Draft, Taylor was drafted ninth overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars. One of his career highs, as a matter of fact, was during his rookie year as a Jags player, rushing for 1,223 yards and 14 touchdowns. These two impactful players led the team to a 15-2 record in 1999 just before the AFC Championship game. Now you can take home a piece of Jags history when you decorate your office or fan cave with this autographed 8” x 10” photo. It has been hand-signed by Taylor and Brunell, and is a limited edition collectible, making it the perfect addition to any fanatic’s domain!
- Limited edition collectible
- Authentically hand-signed
- Comes in protective sleeve
- Officially licensed NFL product