Super Bowl XLVIII artifacts soar to Canton

Super Bowl XLVIII artifacts soar to Canton

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The Seattle Seahawks captured their first Super Bowl title last month with a dominating 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.  Yesterday, the Hall of Fame received a donation from the Seahawks of several significant artifacts from the game.

Included in the donation were linebacker Malcolm Smith’s jersey, helmet, shoes, pants and socks worn in the game played at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 2. Smith earned Most Valuable Player honors after leading the Seahawks’ defense with nine total tackles, a pick-six, and a fumble recovery.

Also among the artifacts was the outfit worn by head coach Pete Carroll on the sideline, quarterback Russell Wilson's game-worn jersey, and the Gatorade jug used in the celebration as time expired.

These mementos will be placed on exhibit in the Hall of Fame’s Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery and Pro Football Today Gallery.

Watch as the Hall of Fame's curator opens the newly arrived donation.
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