2009 Drew Brees Signed New Orleans Saints Jersey




Drew Brees’ rise to NFL stardom had its up and downs before taking off on this meteoric rise in leading the New Orleans Saints to the team’s first ever 11-0 start. Brees is largely considered one of the best quarterbacks in the league this season and is among the names mentioned when the topic of league MVP is discussed. This authentic 2009 Drew Brees Signed New Orleans Saints Jersey is the perfect centerpiece of any collection. However, if you want this jersey for your home or office you must place your order now. The Chargers no longer wanted the strong-armed Brees from Purdue, but the Saints took a chance and their gamble has paid off … and then some. Brees leads the league in most offensive categories, racking up TDs, yards and wins for the Saints – much to the delight of the “Who Dat” nation. This limited edition jersey will not last long. Order yours today. Due to the very limited nature of this item we will charge your credit card for the full amount immediately upon receiving your order to ensure we reserve your collectible jersey. We will confirm your order by Email. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. However, orders placed BEFORE Dec. 20, 2009, are guaranteed for Christmas delivery. This jersey is not game used. This product was obtained through Who’s Who Productions, who uses autograph crews to obtain the signatures while players are walking through hotel lobbies, outside stadiums or otherwise in public. Who’s Who has been in business since 1993 and is the only company in the world that sets up their autographed items in the Super Bowl venue, and works directly with the NFL.  Furthermore, this item was sent to Christopher Morales, a Forensic Handwriting Expert who is a court qualified forensic science expert and formerly employed by the US Secret Service as an examiner of “questioned documents” (forgeries). He has written full-page letters of authenticity, which include a picture of the item, a list of the player(s) that signed the product and, of course, his stamp of authenticity on all the signatures.