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GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA

GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA

GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA
Or autographed & custom inscribed. At our own company signings! What a great Brett Favre Investment! One of Brett’s greatest achievements! Up for sale is this. Brett Favre and Greg Jennings dual hand-signed. Dual Jersey number inscribed. Limited Edition “421” art lithograph. Included is the Official Brett Favre hologram Authentication, as well as. The Legends of the Field COA & DVD showing footage from the signing. As well as, the Greg Jennings hologram plus signing photo. Brett’s and Greg’s autographs are bold and crisp in gold paint pen. Brett added his jersey number 4 inscription and Greg his 85. The sig is mint and the portrait collage art print is ready for display! I have a handful of these pieces as I personally selected them for their autographs. You will receive a random numbered piece from the edition! This Limited Edition art piece was created and signed by Andy Goralski, world renowned sports artist. Please see more about Andy below. Andy is a good friend of mine, as has been in an exclusive contract with my former company over the last two years. Andy is also my favorite sports artist, which one of the reasons we pursued the partnership. Andy created this piece, in honor of his record-breaking 421st touchdown to Greg Jennings, that put him past Dan the Man Marino record of 420. We included our client at the time, Greg Jennings, who helped Brett, by not only catching the 421 TD, but also the 420 and 400th TD, plus many more! It is hand-numbered and hand signed by Andy. This 421 litho measures 13 x 31! A great display for any Packer museum! This is the perfect piece of memorabilia for any Packer Backer completing their collection. IN ADDITION TO THE LITHOGRAPH, YOU WILL RECEIVE. This piece of memorabilia comes with an official Certificate of Authenticity , showing both Brett, Greg and Andy from the signing! PLUS THE SIGNING DVD – you must see it to believe it! Please see all of the images provided. We had Greg as an exclusive client his rookie year and 1st 4 years in the league. We held many signings with Greg, AJ Hawk, Abdul Hodge and many other Packers. Some were held at our corporate office, while many were at Brett’s restaurant in Green Bay. See my other Jennings items, including the 421 artwork and Dual. Both signed by Greg Jennings and Brett Favre! I have attended a majority of my former companies’ signings over the last few years including Greg Jennings, AJ Hawk, Brian Urlacher, LeRoy Butler, Gilbert Brown, Tommie Harris, Bernard Berrian, Ben Sheets, Corey Hart, Prince Fielder, Devin Hester to name a few. In addition, I’ve acquired some of my collection directly from our vendor partners Steiner Sports, Mounted Memories, Official Brett Favre, TriStar Productions, Upper Deck Authenticated UDA, Schwartz Sports, Radtke Sports and many more. Lastly, we have a partnership with world renowned artist, Andrew Andy Goralski, which means I have acquired his recently created artwork over the last two years, and many of his pieces from the past. He also led the Packers to two Super Bowl appearances, following the 1996 and 1997 seasons. At the time of his retirement in 2008, Favre held a number of NFL records, including most touchdown passes (442), career passing yards (61,655), and career completions (5,377). He also held the record for most victories as a starting quarterback (160). Born in Gulfport, Mississippi, Brett Lorenzo Favre grew up in Kiln, Mississippi where he played baseball and football. Favre started for the Hancock North Central baseball team as an eighthgrader and earned five varsity letters. In football he played quarterback, lineman, strong safety, placekicker and punter in a primarily option, run-oriented offense coached by his father, Irvin Farve. Irvin Favr said he knew his son had a great arm but also knew that the school was blessed with good running backs. As a result, in the three years Brett was on the team, his father ran a run-oriented offense called the wishbone. Favre rarely threw more than five passes in a game. Farve attended the USM University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles in Hattiesburg. As a collegian in 1990 he was involved in a serious automobile accident, but a month later he paced his team to a victory over the University of Alabama Crimson Tide. The Atlanta Falcons selected Favre in the second round of the 1991 NFL draft. He played in only two games as a rookie in 1991 and was then traded to the Green Bay Packers. In the third game of the 1992 season, Favre filled in for injured Packers quarterback Don Majkowski; he performed so well that he won the starting job for the remainder of the season. He set a team record by completing 64.1 percent of his passes. In 1993 Favre led the National Football Conference (NFC) with 318 completions, and in 1994 he finished second in the balloting for player of the year. He led the Packers to the NFC Championship Game against the Dallas Cowboys after the 1995 campaign, and for his performance that season he was voted most valuable player by the Associated Press. Favre threw 33 touchdown passes in 1994 and 38 in 1995only the fifth time in NFL history that a quarterback threw at least 30 touchdowns in consecutive seasons. Favre was again voted most valuable player in 1996 with 39 touchdown passes, and he led the Packers to a Super Bowl XXXI victory over the New England Patriots. He turned in another outstanding performance during the 1997 season; his 35 touchdown passes made him the only quarterback in NFL history to throw 30 or more touchdown passes in four consecutive seasons. This helped him earn yet another most valuable player award along with Barry Sanders. Favre also led Green Bay to the NFC championship, but the Packers lost to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXXII, 31-24. In September 2007 Favre surpassed Miami Dolphin Dan Marino for most touchdown passes in a career and passed Denver Bronco John Elway for victories. His 421st touchdown pass to Greg Jennings to set the record came in a game against the Minnesota Vikings. Favre led the Packers to the National Conference title game after the 2007 season but the team lost to the New York Giants at Lambeau Field. In March 2008 Favre announced his retirement from the National Football League. In August 2008, Brett unretired and the GB Packers traded him to the NY Jets, where he recently passed for 6 touchdowns in week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals and beat the undefeated Tennessee Titans. Can you say 2008 MVP! About SuperMan – Greg Jennings. 5′ 11 197 lbs. Western Michigan Acquired: Draft 2006 (2b). Despite impressive rookie numbers (45 catches, 632 yards, 3 TDs), earning recognition on the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie team, likely would have been more productive if not slowed by an ankle injury sustained in his sixth game. 12, and another when he signaled Brett Favre that Ruvell Martin was wide open down the far sideline, leading to a TD pass at San Francisco Dec. Packers announcers Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren have often observed that he is “as fast as he needs to be, ” pointing out that while the second-round pick may not have track-star speed, he can outrun defenders when it counts. Displays strong hands with top-level run-after-the-catch skills, particularly on a 75-yard TD play at Detroit that gave him his first 100-yard effort in the NFL in just his third game. Was the second of two second-round draft choices by Green Bay in the 2006 draft (52nd overall), the Packers using a pick obtained in a draft-day trade down of 16 spots with the Patriots. Was the fourth wide receiver selected, behind Santonio Holmes (25th by Pittsburgh), Chad Jackson (36th by New England) and Sinorice Moss 44th by the N. Finished his Western Michigan career ranked first in school history in receptions (238), touchdown catches (39) and all-purpose yards (5,093) while finishing second in career receiving yards (3,539), just 60 behind record-holder Steve Neal. Became just the 11th player in NCAA Division I history to record three career 1,000-yard receiving seasons (2003-05). Really burst onto the national scene with his record-breaking senior year, when he set school records for receptions (98), receiving yards (1,259) and receiving touchdowns (14-tie), along with leading the country in most receptions per game (8.91). Also became the first MAC player to garner league MVP and offensive player of the year recognition in the same year since Randy Moss of Marshall in 1997. Received All-America recognition as well. Though playing at a mid-major school, he enjoyed some of his best performances against schools from bigger conferences, including a career-high 16 receptions in the 2005 opener at Virginia. Made eight catches in 2004 meeting with Virginia Tech when he lined up across from Hokies All-America CB Jimmy Williams, and posted a season-best 10 receptions with a pair of TDs in 2003 opener at Michigan State. Was the first Western Michigan athlete to be chosen in the NFL Draft since DE Jason Babin went late in the first round to Houston in 2004; he joins Babin, DL Bob Rowe (1967 second round to Cardinals) and LB John Offerdahl (1986 second round to Dolphins) as the school’s only players to go in the first two rounds. Ranked third on the team with 45 catches, for 632 receiving yards 14.0 avg. , and finished second with three touchdown receptions. Was in on 709 offensive plays (63.5 percent) as a rookie. And made three stops on special teams. For his 101-yard day at Detroit Sept. 24 – which included a 75-yard score – earned Diet Pepsi NFL Offensive Rookie of the Week honors. Named to the prestigious Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team. Entered the regular season as a starter but made his NFL debut, vs. 10, as a reserve when the Packers opened with two tight ends; notched his first reception on the second-to-last play of the game, for 5 yards. Made his first career start, vs. 17, and on the Packers’ fifth play from scrimmage, a third-and-7, juked CB Mike McKenzie at the line of scrimmage and sprinted down the right sideline, catching a 22-yard Favre pass in stride for the rookie’s first NFL score. 24, had his first 100-yard game, catching three passes for 101 yards, which marked the most by a Packers rookie since Sterling Sharpe had 137 (on seven catches), Sept. Chicago at Lambeau Field. In the first quarter of Lions contest, caught a short pass and took off for a 75-yard score, stiff-arming CB DrĂ© Bly for the final yards on Favre’s 400th career TD pass; topped 100 yards with a 10-yard grab on a third-and-5 in the second quarter. With the long TD play, became only the third NFL player since 1990 to make a TD reception of at least 75 yards within the first three games of his NFL career, joining Derrick Alexander Cleveland, 81 yards, Sept. 18, 1994 and Braylon Edwards Cleveland, 80 yards, Sept. 2, had a game-high 86 yards on five catches, including a hard-earned, 30-yard grab in the second half that converted a third-and-2. Recorded his second 100-yard day in three games with 105 on five catches vs. 8; put the Packers back in the game, narrowing the Rams’ fourth-quarter lead to 23-20, with a 46-yard touchdown up the right sideline. 22, made one catch, a tough, 14-yard grab, but suffered an ankle injury on the play and was out the duration of the contest and the next game vs. 5, and caught five passes for 69 yards, including a team-long 25-yarder in the second quarter; left in the fourth quarter, however, after aggravating his ankle injury. In statement 23-17 win at Minnesota Nov. 12, caught a pass for 12 yards on third-and-10, then lateraled the ball to Driver, who tacked on 30 more to set up a field goal that gave the Packers a 20-14 lead. 27, had a game-high six receptions for 50 yards, including a 7-yard, third-quarter gain on third-and-5; Driver scored on the following play. Also at Qwest Field, had his first career punt return (for 10 yards), the Packers’ lone punt return of the contest. The next week vs. The New York Jets Dec. 3, also had the team’s only punt return, brought back for 9 yards. At San Francisco Dec. 10, made five catches for 50 yards; on the Packers’ third scoring drive, caught passes of 5 and 7 yards in the red zone, setting up a 1-yard Ahman Green TD. The primary target on a passing play early in 49ers contest, provided a unique assist to Favre when he gestured toward a wide-open Ruvell Martin on the other side of the field; Favre hit Martin for a 36-yard TD. In 9-7 home finale vs. Missed the rematch at Chicago Dec. 31 to be with his wife, who gave birth to their first child earlier that day. Was second to Neal (3,599) in career receiving yards with 3,539. Also ranked as the WMU career leader in touchdown receptions with 39, having passed Neal (27) early in his senior campaign, and all-purpose yards with 5,093. His 238 career receptions tied him with Ball State’s Dante Ridgeway for third on the all-time list of the Mid-American Conference, behind only the 306 of Josh Davis and 272 of Darius Watts, both of Marshall. His 3,539 yards receiving ranked fourth in conference history and his 39 TD receptions stood second in the MAC record books, exceeded only by the 47 of Watts. Recorded 18 career 100-yard receiving games. And 49 punts for 541 yards (11.0) with two TDs. Enjoyed a record-breaking senior year, leading the nation with an average of 8.91 receptions per game, while also ranking second in the country in yards receiving per game (114.45), trailing only Oregon State’s Mike Hass (139.27). Shattered the WMU single-season mark for receptions with 98 catches – 21 better than the prior record, 77 by Kendrick Mosley in 2003. Also established a new school record for receiving yards (1,259) and tied his own mark for touchdown receptions (14, also done in 2003). , ran back two kickoffs for 20 yards and threw a touchdown pass. Was a third-team All-America pick of the Associated Press, while also garnering second-team recognition from Sports Illustrated. Received the Mid-American Conference’s’Vern Smith Leadership Award,’ given annually to the league’s most valuable player, and was named MAC’Offensive Player of the Year’. Became the first conference player to receive both honors in the same season since Moss in’97. Led the MAC in both receptions (98) and receiving yards (1,259), while tying two others for the league lead in TD catches (14). Posted a career-best seven 100-yard receiving games, and for the second consecutive year had a TD reception in six straight contests. Started all 11 games in 2005, having at least six catches in all but one contest four vs. Kent State on Oct. Opened the year explosively, making a career-best 16 receptions (for 156 yards) at Virginia Sept. 3 to tie the WMU single-game record Jamie Hence, 1987 vs. Became the WMU career receiving touchdowns leader when one of his 11 catches, a 17-yard TD pass from Ryan Cubit on fourth-and-1, gave the Broncos a 16-13 lead late in the second quarter of their eventual 19-16 victory at Temple Sept. Also made 11 receptions in 60-57, five-overtime loss to Ball State Oct. 8 – the longest game in MAC history – but this time for a career-high 244 yards and a school-record four touchdowns (breaking the prior mark of three, done on five other occasions including once by himself in 2003). Had a 40-yard TD grab for the initial WMU points in epic game with the Cardinals, then caught scoring passes of 50 and 27 yards in the third quarter, before pulling in a 25-yard touchdown in the third overtime. Followed that game up with eight receptions for 162 yards and two touchdowns in 45-14 victory at Bowling Green Oct. 22, including an 89-yard scoring strike from Tim Hiller for the second-longest pass play in school history (94 yards by himself in 2003). Had nine catches for 171 yards (eight for 164 in the first half) as the Broncos scored 31 unanswered points to overcome an early 14-0 deficit in 31-24 triumph over Central Michigan Nov. Made TD receptions on the first play of two different drives, including a nifty, 76-yard catch-and-run for the first WMU points of the afternoon. Also broke Neal’s single-season school mark for receiving yardage in victory over CMU. Caught two touchdown passes and threw for another in 31-21 win against Buffalo Oct. Had a 32-yard punt return into Buffalo territory to set up his first TD pass as a collegian, 22 yards to Joe Chapple early in the second quarter. Set a new WMU career record for receptions when he caught a 6-yard pass from Robbie Haas on the final play of the third quarter in season finale at Northern Illinois Nov. In junior season of 2004, led the Broncos in receiving for the first time, with 74 catches, while becoming only the second player in school history to post back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons (1,092), joining Neal (1998-99). Earned first-team All-MAC accolades. Also was chosen as’Most Valuable Player and’Offensive MVP’ at Western Michigan. Also was a punt returner of note, averaging 14.8 yards per runback (21-311) and scoring twice, including a 93-yarder vs. 23 – the second-longest PR TD in WMU history. Made a season-high 11 catches (for 142 yards and a pair of touchdowns) vs. Turned in a season-best 167 yards receiving (and TD, on eight grabs) in game at Central Michigan Oct. His score in CMU contest was a spectacular, one-handed catch where he then reversed field en route to a 79-yard touchdown. Also surpassed the century mark Oct. 9 against Toledo (4 receptions for 129 yards and 2 TDs), in NIU contest (8-127-1) and Nov. Miami of Ohio (8-155-2). Made 8 receptions for 64 yards in head-to-head competition with Williams, Virginia Tech’s All-America CB Sept. Had a 53-yard punt return touchdown in season opener with Tennessee-Martin Sept. During sophomore year, posted his first career 1,000-yard receiving season, making 56 catches for 1,050 yards and 14 touchdowns. Was a second-team All-MAC selection, in addition to being named as WMU’s’Offensive MVP’. Set single-season school record with his 14 TD receptions while becoming just the second player in Western Michigan annals to record a 1,000-yard receiving season (Neal). Had a season-high 204 yards and three TDs (tying a school record he subsequently broke in 2005) among eight catches vs. Made a season-best 10 receptions (for 107 yards and two touchdowns) at Michigan State to open the year Aug. Also turned in 100-yard efforts Sept. William & Mary (3 receptions for 126 yards and 2 TDs), Sept. 27 at Ohio University (2-103-1), Oct. 4 at Eastern Michigan (6-117-2) and Nov. 1 at Connecticut (7-164-1). Hooked up with QB Jon Drach to produce 94-yard touchdown against CMU that became the longest pass play in school history. Earlier had 70- and 61-yard scores in UConn and William & Mary contests, respectively. And eight kickoffs for 232 yards 29.0 avg. Suffered an ankle injury in the fourth game of the year, vs. 5 Virginia Tech Sept. 28, that caused him to miss the ensuing four contests before returning to action at Ball State Nov. Was first in the MAC – and seventh in the nation – in kickoff return average (33.7) at the time of his injury. Enjoyed a career-long 76-yard kickoff runback among 149 all-purpose yards at Purdue Sept. Had posted 141 all-purpose yards a week earlier at Michigan Sept. 7, including 91 returning kickoffs. Also posted a season-best three receptions (for 50 yards) against the Wolverines. Earned’Offensive Stallion of the Year’ award for his outstanding play as a member of the scout team. Given name Gregory Jennings Jr. Nicknamed’ Superman’ in high school because of his personality on the field. Born in Kalamazoo, Mich. Married his wife, the former Nicole Lindsey, in June 2005; the two had known each other since the fifth grade, they did not begin to date regularly until after high school. The couple has an infant daughter, Amya. Father, Greg, is a pastor at Progressive Deliverance Ministries in Kalamazoo, Mich. While his mother, Gwen, is a church missionary. Is a first cousin of Denver Broncos LB Ian Gold; Jennings’ mother and Gold’s mother are sisters. Younger brother, Cortney, played basketball at Wayne State University. Was all-conference in three sports – football, basketball and track – at Kalamazoo Mich. Played WR, RB, outside LB and DB as a three-time letterman in football. Was a second-team all-state selection his junior year, when he had 28 catches for 648 yards and eight TDs. Listed 11th on the’Fab 50′ rankings of the Detroit Free Press as a senior in 2000. That year, along with Jerome Harrison (Cleveland Browns), helped Kalamazoo Central to a 7-3 record, its best since 1975, and its first Big Eight Conference title. Also earned three letters in basketball, helping school to a 24-4 record and a berth in the Class A (highest class) state finals as a senior and earning second-team all-state honors. Scored 32 points in the state quarterfinals against Lansing Sexton and scored a school-record 50 points in a 96-92 loss to Benton Harbor. In track, won the state long jump title as a senior (21 feet, 9 inches), and ran a leg on the state championship 4×100-meter relay team as a junior. Attended the same high school as New York Yankees superstar Derek Jeter. Joins Jeter and Detroit Lions RB T. Duckett as three of the top athletes ever to come out of Kalamazoo, Mich. For the past holiday season, taped a PSA encouraging donations to the local Toys For Tots program and rang bells for the Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle campaign. Has served as a mentor at Big Brothers Big Sisters in Kalamazoo, Mich. Majored in organizational communications in college. Upon retirement from football, would like to be heavily involved in the church ministry. Hobbies include playing basketball, bowling and golf as well as spending time with his wife and child. Also enjoys attending church services. The item “GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA” is in sale since Thursday, March 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Football-NFL\Lithographs, Posters & Prints”. The seller is “molitor82″ and is located in Hartford, Wisconsin. 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  • Sport: Football-NFL
  • Autograph Type: Sports: Originals
  • Product Type: Limited Edition 13×31 Art Goralski 421 Lithograph
  • NFL Team: Green Bay Packers
  • Prior Team: Atlanta Falcons
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Player: Brett Favre
  • College Team: southern miss golden eagles
  • Artist: Andrew Andy Goralski
  • Authentication: Signing Photo Athlete Artist COA
  • NFL TEAMS: Atlanta Falcons NY Jets Minnesota Vikings
  • Athletes: Brett Lorenzo Favre Greg Jennings
  • NCAA TEAM: Western Michigan Broncos
  • Autograph Authentication: Brett Favre Authentic, GJ85 Authentic
  • Team: Green Bay Packers
  • Country of Manufacture: United States

GREEN BAY PACKERS BRETT FAVRE 4 GREG JENNINGS AUTOGRAPHED 421 Goralski Litho COA