<b>Elvin Bethea</b> wore this helmet throughout the 1978 NFL season. The Oilers finished 10-6 and added wins in the wildcard and divisional playoff games. Bethea was named All-AFC, second-team All-NFL, and voted to the Pro Bowl that year.
Hall of Famer <b>Elvin Bethea</b> wore this jersey during the Houston Oilers' 17-9 win over the Miami Dolphins in the 1978 AFC Wildcard Game at the Orange Bowl in Miami.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Priest Holmes wore this jersey on Dec. 28, 2003 against the Chicago Bears when he set the NFL record for touchdowns in a single season. The ball is from his record- breaking 27th rushing TD of the season.
Bill Groman of the Houston Oilers set the rookie record for receiving yards in 1960. <p>In Feb. 2004, he donated the bronzed shoes from that season as well as cartoon art from the early 1960s to the Hall.
These are the shoes worn by Mike Vanderjagt of the Indianapolis Colts when he set the new NFL record for consecutive field goals (41) on Dec. 28, 2003.
LaDainian Tomlinson of the San Diego Chargers became the first player in NFL history to rush for 1,000 yards and catch 100 passes in the same season. The shoes and gloves he wore in 2003 when accomplishing the feat were donated to the Hall of Fame.
This is the headset used by Buffalo Bills' radio play-by-play man Van Miller during the Bills season finale at New England. <p>Miller retired after serving as the voice of the Bills for 37 seasons.
These are the shoes worn by Shannon Sharpe of the Denver Broncos when he set the career record for TD receptions by a tight end on November 16, 2003.
Peyton Manning wore this jersey when he set a new record with his third career "perfect game" in Week 4.
Class of 2003 inductee James Lofton recently donated this helmet he wore during his years with the Packers.
On September 15, 2003, the Cowboys' Billy Cundiff used this shoe to become just the fourth kicker ever to boot seven field goals in a game.
Jamal Lewis wore this jersey when he established the NFL's new single game rushing record of 295 yards on September 14, 2003.
The Packers unveiled their new renovated stadium on Sept. 7, 2003, and this is the ball from the first TD at Lambeau Field following its $295 million facelift.
This coin was used during the pre-game coin toss at the Eagles' first-ever game played in Lincoln Financial Field.
This ball was used in the inaugural regular season game at Philadelphia's new Lincoln Financial Field.