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WR DeAndre Hopkins and Assistant Coach Lori Locust Artifacts Arrive in Canton

WR DeAndre Hopkins and Assistant Coach Lori Locust Artifacts Arrive in Canton

10/16/2021
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Two new artifacts have found a home in Canton and will be preserved at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

First up, the game-worn gloves of wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from his record-setting performance during week 5 of the 2021 season. Hopkins used these gloves during the Arizona Cardinals 17-10 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 10 when he surpassed Larry Fitzgerald (764 receptions) for the most receptions in NFL history by a player prior to his 30th birthday.

The other new artifact to go on display were the shoes worn by Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant defensive line coach Lori Locust. The shoes were worn by Locust during Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, 2021 when Tampa Bay defeated Kanas City 31-9. With the victory, Locust and fellow assistant coach Maral Javadifar (Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach) became the first female coaches to win a Super Bowl.

These items are now on display for Museum visitors in the Pro Football Today Gallery.

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