Connor Barwin isn’t afraid of a big hit – he eats quarterbacks for breakfast! As a Houston Texan, he recorded the most sacks on his team in 2011. More than anything, Barwin is a great teammate, and it shows on and off the field. Make Barwin a part of your Texans collection with this autographed 8”x10” photograph. It features #98 sacking the Jaguars' quarterback during a game in which he recorded a record four sacks. This photo also boasts his autograph and will make a great addition to any fans home or office. Please note: To verify the authenticity of your signed memorabilia, please visit: www.tristarauthentic.com. Look for the Authenticity Verification link on the home page and follow the instructions. You must have the serial number from your item to proceed. From this site, you can print out a physical certificate of authenticity. The serial number can be found on the vinyl Optical Variable Device (the small holographic oval on your picture) which is an anti-counterfeiting unit. Any attempts to remove it will destroy the device and void the item’s authenticity.
Approximately 8" x 10"
Certificate of Authenticity available online with serial number located on photo
Comes in a protective sleeve
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