Great use displayed in this game-worn Oakland Raiders helmet donned by Hall of Fame wide receiver Tim Brown. Used throughout the entire 1995-96 season including first and last games of the season, the face mask and chinstrap are present, as is part of the mouth guard strap. Signed in black Sharpie just above the mask and inscribed Pro Bowl '96, a personalization was removed above the signature. Heavy use displayed includes nicks to the mask, scrapes to the helmet, and wear to the inside padding. Photo-matched to EIGHT GAMES and likely worn in more, but Getty Images does not have photos for every game - total stat line 6 TDs & 754 yds; 9/3 (Getty 1359134854) - 16 yds & 1 TD, 9/10 (84211385), 9/24 (102491039), 10/8 (256609) - 143 yds & 1 TD, 11/19 (1359135678) 161 yds & 1 TD, 12/3 (91161812) 150 yds & 1 TD, 12/10 (1359134796), 12/24 (1359129400) - 124 yds & 2 TDs. Decals and were replaced for the Pro Bowl, and Brown used multiple chin straps during the season, thus the one here was not worn in every single game. Brown received all but one of his 100 career TD passes while wearing the silver and black, with the last coming with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.