Displayed is the 2011 jersey that Myron Pryor wore to the photo shoot for Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5, 2012, in Indianapolis, Indiana, when he was on the injured reserve list. In that Super Bowl, the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots 21-17. A nose tackle, Pryor played his college football at Kentucky. He was drafted in Round 6 of the 2009 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots, and he signed a four -year contract. He played 13 games in his rookie season, but injuries started to take their toll, and he played in nine games in 2010, and only two in 2011. The injuries prevented him from playing any games in 2012, and he was then released. The blue jersey has the number "91," in white letters in red trim, on the chest. Above these numerals is the Patriots' logo, and above that is the NFL logo. On the neck are tags reading "11-50" and "0." The back has "PRYOR" in white letters at the top. Beneath the name is "91" in white letters with red trim. Each sleeve has "91" in white numerals with red trim. Beneath each sleeve number is the Reebok logo, and beneath that is the Patriots' logo. On the upper right chest is the Super Bowl XLVI logo, and on the right chest is a patch with the initials MHK. Those initials stand for the then recently deceased wife (Myra Hiatt Kraft) of the Patriots' owner, Robert Kraft. The jersey came directly from Pryor.