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Packers Calendar: Reggie White Auction Closes

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Packers Calendar: Reggie White Auction Closes

If fans want to get their hands on some memorabilia from the personal collection of former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Reggie White, Sunday is the final day to do so.

Hosted by Worthridge Auctions and Retail, online auction for The Reggie White Collection ends June 29 at 10:00 p.m. ET.

Included in the collection are serveral game-used and autographed jerseys, cleats and gloves, and other collectibles such as helmets, game balls, his plaque from induction into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. The entire lot includes 118 items up for bid.

Also included are items from White's playing days with the Philadelphia Eagles, Carolina Panthers and Tennessee Volunteers.

White played for the Packers from 1993 to 1998 after being one of the biggest signings in free agent history. He was a member of the winning Super Bowl XXXI team.

A 13-time Pro Bowl selection, White was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006 after his death in 2004.

Several items in the White Collection are surprisingly affordable, for example, an autographed football by 55 members of the 1997 Pro Bowl has yet to have a single bid at the time of publication with a minimum bid of $100.

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I just watched 31 and it was amazing how he dominated the o lineman. It was like he was a rag doll for White to throw around. Great player and a great man, so sad when I heard he passed.

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