A long-sleeve Cleveland Browns jersey worn by Jim Brown. The jersey is brown throughout with white and burnt orange accents. A white “32” is sewn on the front and back, with smaller versions of the numbers on the right and left sleeves, close to the shoulder. Circling the sleeves at the elbow is a white stripe with two burnt orange horizontal lines in the middle. “Jim Brown” is written in black ink on the bottom of the number "2" on the front of the jersey. A brown flap hangs off the middle back of the jersey. The flap has two rows of six black plastic buttons. On the other side of the flap are three button holes. A white tag with blue and black type is attached to the interior right sleeve. The rag reads “MEARS / Memorabilia Evaluation and Research Services” at the top and is dated “01/2014.” Next to the date is "Photography / Archiving.” The tag is not original to the object.
An Ohio State Buckeyes football helmet worn by Archie Griffin. The hard plastic helmet is gray with black, white, and red lines running vertically from the front to the back in the middle of the helmet. There are holes throughout the surface of the helmet. The inside of the helmet has thick black padding. Grey plastic-coated metal bars form a face mask. The face mask juts out severely from the front of the helmet. It has one vertical bar down the center and two curved horizontal bars with additional bars between the horizontal bars into three sections. There is a white leather chin strap, snapped onto both the left and right of the helmet The chin strap is attached with two buttons on each side. The chin strap is white with red type reading “RiddellR.” Additional illegible writing is on the bottom left of the strap. On the left center side of the helmet handwritten in black ink is “Archive Griffin / 74 / 75.” Centered on the back of the helmet is the number “45.” “Archie / [illegible]” is handwritten on the interior of the hat, by the left ear hole in a brown colored ink.