Monday, May 19, 2014

July 2014 CSA Show at Chantilly Autograph Signings

From Friday, July 11th through Sunday, July 13, 2014, Collectors Showcase of America (CSA) will host their annual July 2014 Show at Chantilly in Chantilly, Virginia. The show will take place inside the Dulles Expo Center and will feature plenty of sports memorabilia dealers from around the country. Dozens of football, baseball and basketball Hall of Famers and superstars are scheduled to sign autographs.

Location/ Address:

Dulles Expo Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20153



Show Schedule:

Friday: July 11th 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday: July 12th 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: July 13th 10:00am - 4:00pm

Admission Prices:

Friday: FREE
Saturday or Sunday: $8.00 per day
Weekend Pass: $15.00

Autograph Guests

Football

Josh Gordon: Cleveland Browns NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
2013 NFL Receiving Yards Leader (1,646)
Cleveland Browns Single Season Receiving Yards Record (1,646)

Joe Greene: Pittsburgh Steelers 10x Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle
1969 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
2x NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1972 and 1974)
4x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 1987 Pro Football HOF

Lenny Moore: Baltimore Colts 7x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1958 and 1959 NFL Champion
NFL 1950's All-Decade Team
Class of 1975 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dan Dierdorf: St. Louis Cardinals 6x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle
1970's NFL All-Decade Team
Class of 1996 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Ray Guy: Oakland/ LA Raiders 7x NFL Pro Bowl Punter
Member NFL 75th Anniversary Team
3x Super Bowl Champion
Greatest Punter in History
Class of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Charlie Joiner: Houston Oilers/ Cincinnati Bengals/ San Diego Chargers 3x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
12,146 Career Receiving Yards
All-Time NFL Receiving Yards Record at Time of Retirement
Class of 1996 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Michael Irvin: Dallas Cowboys 5x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
3x Super Bowl Champion (XXVII, XXVIII and XXX)
NFL 1990's All-Decade Team
Class of 2007 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Jack Ham: Pittsburgh Steelers 8x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
4x Super Bowl Champion
Class of 1988 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Chip Lohmiller: Washington Redskins/ New Orleans Saints/ St. Louis Rams NFL Pro Bowl Kicker
1991 NFL Scoring Leader
2x NFL Leader Field Goals Made

Michael Mauti: Minnesota Vikings Star Linebacker

Marv Levy: Buffalo Bills Head Coach 4x AFC Champion
1988 Sporting News NFL Coach of the Year
Class of 2001 Pro Football HOF

Walter Jones: Seattle Seahawks 9x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle
NFL 2000's All-Decade Team
Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014

Sonny Jergensen: Philadelphia Eagles/ Washington Redskins 5x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
1960 NFL Champion (Eagles)
5x NFL Passing Yards Leader
Class of 1983 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Mike Haynes: New England Patriots/ LA Raiders 9x NFL Pro Bowl Cornerback
1976 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
Super Bowl XVIII Champion
1997 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Bob Brown: Philadelphia Eagles/ LA Rams/ Oakland Raiders 6x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle
NFL 1960's All-Decade Team
Class of 2004 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Billy Kilmer: SF 49ers/ New Orleans Saints/ Washington Redskins NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
1972 NFL TD Passes Leader (19)
1972 NFL QB Rating Leader (84.8)
Legendary UCLA Quarterback

Eddie LeBaron: Washington Redskins 4x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback

LaVar Arrington: Washington Redskins/ NY Giants 3x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker

Andre Collins: Washington Redskins/ Cincinnati Bengals Star Linebacker
Super Bowl XXVI Champion (Redskins)

Shane Conlan: Buffalo Bills/ St. Louis Rams 3x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
3x AFC Champion (1990, 1991 and 1992)

Sean Lee: Dallas Cowboys Star Linebacker
2013 NFL Interception Return Yards Leader (174 Yards)

Paul Posluszny: Buffalo Bills/ Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
Penn State Nittany Lions 2x All-American LB

Andre Reed: Buffalo Bills/ Washington Redskins 6x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
13th All-Time Leading Receiver in NFL History (13,198 receiving yards)
Buffalo Bills Career Record Holder in Games Played, Receptions, TD Receptions and Receiving Yards
Class of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Mark Rypien: Washington Redskins 2x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
Super Bowl XXVI Champion
Super Bowl XXVI Most Valuable Player

Bruce Smith: Buffalo Bills/ Washington Redskins 11x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
NFL All-Time Career Sacks Leader
4x AFC Champion
Class of 2009 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Jackie Smith: St. Louis Cardinals/ Dallas Cowboys 5x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
All-Time Leading Receiver for Tight Ends at Retirement (7,918)
Class of 1994 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Joe Theismann: Washington Redskins 2x Pro Bowl Quarterback
1983 NFL MVP
Redskins All-Time Career Passing Leader (25,206 Passing Yards)
Super Bowl XVII Champion

Aneas Williams: Arizona Cardinals/ St. Louis Rams 8x NFL Pro Bowl Cornerback
55 Career INTs and Nine Return Touchdowns
Class of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Doug Williams: Tampa Bay Bucs/ Washington Redskins Star Quarterback
Super Bowl XXII Champion
Super Bowl XXII Most Valuable Player

Tony Romo: Dallas Cowboys 3x NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
2009 NFC Passing Yards Leader
Dallas Cowboys All-Time Career Passing TD's Leader (208)

Dez Bryant: Dallas Cowboys 2013 NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
2,615 Receiving Yards and 25 TD Catches over last two seasons

DeSean Jackson: Philadelphia Eagles/ Washington Redskins 3x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
2013 Stats: 82 Receptions, 1,332 Receiving Yards and Nine TD Catches

Larry Brown: Washington Redskins 4x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1970 NFL Rushing Champion

Wilbur Marshall: Chicago Bears/ Washington Redskins 3x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
Super Bowl XX Champion (Chicago Bears)
Super Bowl XXVI Champion (Washington Redskins

Mark Moseley: Washington Reskins 2x NFL Pro Bowl Kicker
1982 NFL Most Valuable Player
Super Bowl XVII Champion

Morgan Moses: Washington Redskins 2013 NFL Draft Pick
Redskins Rookie Offensive Tackle

John Riggins: New York Jets/ Washington Redskins Class of 1992 Pro Football HOF Fullback
1978 NFL Comeback Player of the Year
Redskins All-Time Leading Rusher (7,472 Rushing Yards)
Super Bowl XVII MVP

John Cappelletti: Penn State Nittany Lions 1973 Heisman Trophy Winning Running Back

Rayfield Wright: Rayfield Wright - Dallas Cowboys 6x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle
NFL 1970's All-Decade Team
Super Bowl VI and XII Champion
Class of 2006 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Herman Boone: Legendary High School Football Coach at T.C. Williams High School (Alexandria, Virginia)
Portrayed by Denzel Washington in "Remember the Titans"


Baseball

Johnny Bench: Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Class of 1989
1970 and 1972 National League Most Valuable Player
10x NL Gold Glove Award Winner
14x MLB All-Star Catcher

Reggie Jackson: 14x MLB All-Star for the Athletics, Yankees and Angels
1973 American League Most Valuable Player
563 Career Home Runs
Class of 1993 Baseball Hall of Fame

Joe Morgan: Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Class of 2003
10x National League All-Star Second Baseman
4x Gold Glove Award Winner
1975 and 1976 National League MVP Award Winner
2x World Series Champion
1972 MBL All-Star Game MVP

Frank Robinson: Cincinnati Reds/ Baltimore Orioles 12x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1956 National League Rookie of the Year
2x Most Valuable Player (1961 National League MVP & 1966 American League MVP)
1966 American League Triple Crown Winner
Class of 1982 Baseball Hall of Fame

Tony Perez: Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Class of 2000
7x National League All-Star 1B/ 3B
2x World Series Champion
1967 MLB All-Star Game MVP

Pete Rose: MLB's All-Time Career Hits Record
Cincinnati Reds/ Philadelphia Phillies 17x MLB All-Star
1963 National League ROY
1973 National League MVP
3x World Series Champion

Denny McLain: Detroit Tigers/ Washington Senators/ Oakland A's/ Atlanta Braves 3x MLB All-Star Pitcher
2x American League Cy Young Award Winner (1968 and 1969)
1968 World Series Champion (Detroit Tigers)
1968 American League Most Valuable Player
Last 30 Winner in MLB history (31 wins in 1968)


Basketball:

Oscar Robertson: Cincinnati Royals/ Milwaukee Bucks Class of 1980 Basketball Hall of Fame Guard
#1 Overall Pick (Royals) of the 1960 NBA Draft
1960-61 NBA Rookie of the Year
1963-64 NBA MVP
1971 Milwaukee Bucks NBA Championship Team
12x NBA All-Star
3x NBA All-Star Game MVP ('60-61, '63-'64 and '68-69)

Elvin Hayes: Houston Rockets/ Balitmore Bullets 12x NBA All-Star Power Forward
1969 NBA Rookie of the Year
1969 NBA Scoring Champion
12x NBA All-Star
1978 NBA Champion (Washington Bullets)
27,313 Career Points (8th All-Time NBA History)

Ralph Sampson: Virginia Cavaliers 3x College Basketball Player of the Year
Houston Rockets 1983-1984 NBA Rookie of the Year
4x NBA All-Star Center
Class of 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame


Hockey:

Gerry Cheevers: Toronto Maple Leafs/ Boston Bruins Class of 1985 Hockey Hall of Fame
2x Stanley Cup Champion (1970 and 1972 Bruins)

Rod Langway: Montreal Canadiens/ Washington Capitals 6x NHL All-Star Defender
1979 Stanley Cup Champion (Montreal Canadiens)
2x Norris Award Winner (Top NHL Defender)
Class of 2002 Hockey Hall of Fame

Mixed Martial Arts:

Jon "Bones" Jones: Youngest UFC Champion in History
Current #1 Ranked UFC Fighter in the World

Frank Mir: 2x UFC Heavyweight Champion
Most Career Victories in the UFC Heavyweight Division

Price and schedule are subject to change. Player reserves the right to refuse any item. Visit CSA Shows for more information.

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