First won four Super Bowls with the Steelers. Then he was elected to the NFL Hall of Fame. In 2014 "Mean" Joe Greene became the second Steeler in history to have his number retired.
When Super Bowl X was played on January 18, 1976, the Steelers and the Cowboys wore special commemorative Bicentennial patches on their jerseys. The game was one of the first in a series of special events around the United States in 1976 to observe the 200thAnniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.
In 1975, Joe Greene was selected to his seventh consecutive Pro Bowl, and was one of the leaders of the famed Steel Curtain defense. That vaunted and celebrated Steelers D led the black & gold to their second consecutive Super Bowl title, defeating the Cowboys 21 – 17.
This Authentic jersey features Heavy-Duty Polyester Knit Fabric and Tackle Twill numbers and nameplate, making it identical to the jersey that Mean Joe wore on the field. Get yours today at the Official Steelers Online Store.
- By Mitchell & Ness
- 100% Polyester Knit with engineered stripes
- Tackle Twill Name and Numbers
- American Revolution Bicentennial embroidered twill yoke patch
- NFL Shield Patch at Center Neck
- Machine Washable