A legendary athlete’s legacy is an accumulation of awards, numbers, victories, honors, and unforgettable moments. The Legacy Collection commemorates and celebrates many of the defining achievements in a player’s legendary career. After leading the Washington Huskies to a 1978 Rose Bowl upset of the Michigan Wolverines, Warren Moon went on to play for Edmonton in the CFL, where he would win five consecutive Grey Cup Championships before entering the NFL with the Houston Oilers. Moon’s combined 70,553 passing yards and 435 touchdowns would make him the first player to be inducted into both the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinees Assistance Foundation, an organization that assists HOF members and their families. Not authorized or sponsored by the NFL.