Jon Elway Hand Signed Framed Photograph-
Elway played college football at Stanford and his entire 16-year professional career with the Denver Broncos. At the time of his retirement in early 1999, Elway had recorded the most victories by a starting quarterback and statistically was the second most prolific passer in NFL history. He was also a prolific rusher of the ball, being one of only two players ever to score a rushing touchdown in four different Super Bowls (the other being Thurman Thomas) and the only quarterback to do so. Elway is also only one of two quarterbacks (the other being Peyton Manning, also with the Denver Broncos) to retire after a Super Bowl victory.
Kobe & MJ "Greatness Defined"-
Kobe Bryant's legendary NBA career was defined by Michael Jordan. Although Bryant surely made his own name and carved his own legacy, he was always compared to Jordan throughout his NBA career. Both played the shooting guard position, both were similarly built (6-6 and around 200 pounds), both had the same tireless work ethic and play similar games. They both were electrifying highflyers and big time scorers, where even their championship achievements were almost identical. Kobe and Jordan were fierce competitors inside the basketball court, but outside of it, they were like brothers who looked after each other. There is no competition between them, really.
Arnold Palmer Framed Photograph and "Eraser " Quote-
Regarded as one of the greatest and most charismatic players in the sport's history. Dating back to 1955, he won numerous events on both the PGA Tour and the circuit now known as PGA Tour Champions. Nicknamed the King, he was one of golf's most popular stars and seen as a trailblazer, the first superstar of the sport's television age, which began in the 1950s. In a career spanning more than six decades, he won 62 PGA Tour titles from 1955 to 1973. He is fifth on the Tour's all-time victory list, trailing only Tiger Woods, Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, and Ben Hogan. He won seven major titles in a six-plus-year domination from the 1958 Masters to the 1964 Masters. He also won the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998, and in 1974 was one of the 13 original inductees into the World Golf Hall of Fame.