As dependable as they come, tight end Randy Grossman played eight seasons in Pittsburgh, and though he was never a focus of the offense, he had a knack for coming up with timely plays. Grossman won four Super Bowl rings during his time with the Steelers, and his career highlight came in Super Bowl X, in which he caught a crucial early touchdown from Terry Bradshaw. This white, road jersey was game worn by Grossman in 1974, when he signed with the team as an undrafted free agent. There is a "73" year tag in yellow on the tail, as this jersey is a hold-over from the previous year, along with Sand-Knit size 48 and Pittsburgh Steelers tags. The jersey shows use with three team repairs, as well as staining on the front and back and loose threads. Comes with Steelers letter signed by Arthur J. Rooney II.