AIA's celebrating the 2021 Hall of Fame Game, NFL Preseason
It’s the beginning of August, so you know what that means!
Football is back and the National Football League and its preseason are making a triumphant return since 2019. Thank you, COVID-19.
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Preseason starts tonight, Thursday, August 5, 2021 as the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers will kick off the 2021 NFL preseason, in Canton, Ohio. It’s a much-anticipated game, given the history of both franchises.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame will also honor the 2020 class. That class did not have an induction because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 class includes safety Troy Polamlu (who played his 11 career with the Pittsburgh Steelers), cornerback Cliff Harris (who played his career with the Cowboys in the 1970s), safety Steve Atwater, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, offensive lineman Steve Hutchinson, safety Donnie Shell, wide receiver Isaac Bruce, offensive tackle Jimbo Covert, running back Edgerrin James, wide receiver Harold Carmichael, former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson and former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher.
As for the game, Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger won’t get the start, it will be back up Mason Rudolph will take his place. Roethlisberger is heading into his 18th season in the league, and all are with the Steelers. Remember we have several great “Roethlisberger” items along with many other Steeler’s items at ALL IN AUTOGRAPHS. Come check out the large selection and the NEW Steelers Items that just came in this week!
The preseason favorite for the AP NFL Comeback Player of the Year is Dak Prescott. He’s coming off a broken leg he suffered in Week 5 of the 2020 season against the New York Giants. But it’s already been a rocky start for Prescott. He is dealing with some shoulder strain from the early days of Dallas Cowboys training camp. ALL IN AUTOGRAPHS also has a large selection of COWBOY ITEMS, Helmets, Footballs, Photos, Jersey’s and new items arrive every week.
All In Autographs is celebrating the return of football season, regardless of who’s on the field. We have many NFL Items of all teams, and more items arrive weekly, so don’t delay, visit the store today and get your prized piece.
This weekend, we have the Oakland Raiders legend, Lincoln Kennedy doing an appearance and signings, Saturday, August 7th from 1:00 – 3:00 PM and again on Sunday, August 8th from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. Come meet Lincoln Kennedy and get his in person autograph.
AIA also features a signed framed piece by former Dallas Cowboys pro bowl quarterback Everson Walls. AIA also has signed footballs for sale from Roethlisberger and former Steeler wide receiver Antonio Brown. There is a mini-helmet signed by current edge rusher T.J. Watt and a framed signed jersey by future Hall of Fame tight end Jason Witten. All In Autographs has signed footballs from legendary Cowboy Triplets from the 1990s, Michael Irvin, Emmitt Smith, and Troy Aikman. All In Autographs features two signed home Irvin jerseys that are unframed.
All In Autographs is celebrating the current superstars in Big D. The store features a signed jersey by Prescott and standout wide receiver Amari Cooper. If Prescott can stay healthy, the Cowboys could have a deadly offense with running back Ezekiel Elliott and wide receivers Cooper, CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup.
Finally, the store has multiple signed unframed jerseys for the Pittsburgh Steelers fan in your life. From Pro Bowl kicker Roy Gerela and Hall of Famer Franco Harris.
The Steelers would defeat the Cowboys, 16-3, in the Hall of Fame Game.
To get your piece of Dallas Cowboy or Pittsburgh Steelers history to celebrate the kickoff of the 2021 NFL Season in the privacy of your own home or business, visit All In Autographs at 2225 Wyoming Blvd. NE in Albuquerque N.M. or visit our website and make your purchase online at allinautographs.com.