This jersey was worn by the Kansas City Chiefs Tony Gonzalez in the 2004 season finale when he set the NFL record for catches in a season by a tight end.
Ed Reed wore these shoes and intercepted this ball to set the NFL's single-season mark for interception return yards in 2004. Reed was the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 by the Associated Press.
John Kasay kicked this football to start the Panthers' 10th anniversary season on September 13 on Monday Night Football against the Packers. Kasay is the last remaining player from the Panthers' inaugural season of 1995.
Rookie kicker Josh Scobee used this ball for the opening kickoff on September 19, 2004. The Jaguars celebrated their 10th home opener with a 7-6 win over the Denver Broncos.
Shoes Arizona Cardinals placekicker Neil Rackers wore when he tied an NFL record on October 24, 2004 when he connected on three field goals of 50 yards or more yards.
These jerseys were worn by Cleveland Browns QB Jeff Garcia and WR Andre' Davis on Oct. 17, 2004 against the Cincinnati Bengals when they became the 10th tandem in NFL history to complete a 99-yard pass play.
Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens wore these shoes during Week 9 of the 2004 season when he returned an interception 106 yards for a TD in the Ravens win over the Cleveland Browns. It was the longest interception return in NFL history.
This ball, signed by each member of the Cincinnati Bengals, is from the team's 58-48 win over the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 28, 2004. The game's 106 points were the second most in NFL history, and the most since the NFL-AFL merger in 1970.