Jeremy Shockey White New York Giants NFL Premier Jersey
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Jeremy Shockey New York Giants Autographed Pro Helmet
This authenic Riddell pro line helmet is hand signed by New York Giants superstar Jeremy Shockey. Officially licensed by the NFL. Comes with a certificate of authenticity and hologram.
Shockey was selected 14th in the first round of the NFL Draft by
the New York Giants in 2002. He quickly thrived in the NFL, receiving
the 2002 "Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year" award, and being
named to the Pro Bowl in four of his first five seasons (2002, 2003,
2005, and 2006). He is one of the focal points in the Giants offensive
His 248 receptions through the first four seasons of his career are
bested only by Kellen Winslow Sr. among tight ends in NFL history
(Winslow had 256 receptions through his first 4 NFL seasons).
Possessing great athletic abilities to run routes and make crucial
blocks, Shockey is equally known for his sometimes brash comments
on other players and the media and for his antics off the field. His
most notable incident came when, in an article in Sports Illustrated,
he called Dallas Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells a "homo".
During week 3 of the 2006 NFL season, he commented on a loss against
Seattle by saying "We got outplayed, and we got outcoached. Write
that down". Shockey apologized for the comment after speaking
with head coach Tom Coughlin.
Shockey signed a five-year contract extension with the Giants on
October 12, 2005, making him the highest paid tight end in professional
football. The contract has Shockey earning $26.38 million through
Shockey turned in another strong performance during the 2006 season,
catching 66 passes for 623 yards and tying a career-high with 7 touchdown
receptions. For his efforts, Shockey was named to the Pro Bowl.
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