Circa 1964 Jim Bradshaw Pittsburgh Steelers game worn jersey originates from the Steelers archive and comes with letter from them signed by Team President Art Rooney II. Home white jersey is all original with this style being used from 1962-65, and displays nice use throughout including an unrepaired tear to the right sleeve. Rawlings size 44, washing instructions, and Pittsburgh Sports Shop tagging is sewn inside the crotch piece; it was actually sewn to the front, but the crotch piece has been hemmed up inside the jersey unlike many such issues we've seen in which the piece is just removed. Number 21 is on front and back in black-on-yellow tackle twill; number is in all black on the yellow field of each shoulder, sleeves are custom shortened. The '64 season was a memorable one in Jim Bradshaw's brief five-year NFL stint, with not one, but two fumble recoveries for touchdowns that season.