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Patriots Wes Welker Game Worn Jersey From International Series Game 10/25/2009 In London/NFL Auction PSADNA

A very rare and hard to find 2009 New England Patriots Reebok jersey worn by Pro Bowl receiver Wes Welker in London when the Patriots beat the Buccaneers 35-7. Wes had a great game including a pass receiption from Tom Brady followed by a great run for a Touchdown while shedding Bucs defenders! The jersey is unwashed and is spectacular with a ton of field paint and grass staining that can be very easily matched to photos from game day. The two pictures included in this auction are shots of Wes competing against the Buccaneers wearing this jersey. The jersey was acquired from the NFL auctions and is complete with PSADNA certification. This jersey speaks for itself and would be a great addition to any collection. 


100% Authentic Team, NFL Paperwork, NFL Auctions Sticker, PSA-DNA Hologram

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