Washington quarterback Doug Williams was selected as the Most Valuable Player of the game, and he was the first African American quarterback to win the Super Bowl. Washington won the game 42-10.
A ticket to Super Bowl XXII between Washington and Denver played on January 31st, 1988. The ticket is for Section 40, Row 4, Seat 3 on the Press Level and has a face price of $100.00. The ticket is intact. The front has an image of a white sculptural archway with the Lombardi Trophy underneath it. In the background is an illustrated view of San Diego. The back has a map of the stadium and surrounding roads. The ticket is housed in a plastic case with a label.
A Wilson NFL football signed by Jerry Rice. The football is tan and white with white laces and black, gold, and red text throughout. The text on the football reads: [Wilson / Official / NFL / Paul Tagliabue / Commissioner] and [Wilson / Made In USA/I / Inflate 13 lbs/V / San Francisco Forty Niners]. Jerry Rice's signature, in black ink, is on one side of the football. The football also came with an accessory mesh net ball bag (2016.66.3.1_ACC1).
Hand painted football game ball awarded to Ethan Horton. Hand painted design appears in one quadrant of football. Background of quadrant is painted black, with a silver border. On the right side of the painted area is a green "7". On the left side of the painted area is a silver "14". Silver and green handwriting at center of painted area reads, [RAIDERS/GAME BALL/ETHAN HORTON/10•9•89/Los Angeles/JETS]. Ethan Horton’s signature in black ink appears beneath painted area. Black type appears on opposite side of ball reads, [Wilson®/ [illegible]/National Football League/American Football Conference/National Football Conference].