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Ty Law memorabilia to be displayed at Pro Football Hall of Fame

Joe Rutter
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Ty Law’s helmet and jersey from Aliquippa will be part of his Pro Football Hall of Fame display this summer in Canton, Ohio

Ty Law will have more than just a bust to symbolize his enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Aliquippa graduate will have more than 40 pieces of memorabilia on display this summer as part of the Class of 2019 Locker Exhibit. Other class members, including Champ Bailey, Pat Bowlen, Gil Brandt, Tony Gonzalez, Kevin Mawae, Ed Reed and Johnny Robinson, also will have artifacts displayed in the exhibit.

Enshrinement will take place Aug. 3 in Canton, Ohio.

Items that will be a part of Law’s collection include a helmet from his days with the New England Patriots, a replica No. 24 jersey, a Super Bowl XXXVI game ball, a paper weight featuring replicas of his Super Bowl XXXVI, XXXVII and XXXIX championship rings. It also will feature a game-worn helmet and jersey from his days at Aliquippa, plus an assortment of other mementos.

Law spent the first 10 of his 15 NFL seasons with the Patriots. He also played for the New York Jets (twice) and Kansas City Chiefs.

Joe Rutter is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Joe by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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