Hobbs return preserved

09/27/2007

Ellis Hobbs of the New England Patriots scored a 108-yard touchdown during Kickoff Weekend to tie the record for the longest touchdown in NFL history.  Now, the historic play will be forever preserved in Canton as the Patriots recently sent several items from the game including Hobbs’ jersey, shoes and gloves, along with a ball from the game.



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  • Jermajesty - October 09 2012 04:50 AM

    A wondfreul job. Super helpful information.

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