Wednesday, January 30, 2013

CSA Show at Chantilly Autograph Signing April 2014

Over the weekend of April 4th - 6th 2014, Collectors Showcase of America (CSA) will host their April 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 as well as several football, baseball and basketball players.

Location/ Address:

Dulles Expo Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20153



Show Schedule:

Friday - April 4th 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Saturday - April 5th 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday - April 6th 10:00am - 4:00pm

Admission Prices:

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

Autograph Guests

Football

Joe Flacco: Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII MVP
Ravens All-Time Leader in Passing Yards (21,545)
Ravens All-Time Leader in Touchdown Passes (121)

Joe Namath: New York Jets 5x AFL All-Star/ NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
Super Bowl III Champion
1968 and 1969 AFL Most Valuable Player
Class of 1985 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Mark Bavaro: New York Giants 2x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
2x Super Bowl Champion (SB XXI and XXV)

Le'Veon Bell: Pittsburgh Steelers Star Running Back
2013 Rookie Stats: 860 Rushing Yards, 8 Rushing TDs
45 Receptions, 399 Receiving Yards

Raymond Berry: Baltimore Colts 6x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
2x NFL Champion (1958 and 1959
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
Class of 1973 Pro Football HOF

Jerome Bettis: LA Rams/ Pittsburgh Steelers 6x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1993 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
1996 NFL Comeback Player of the Year
Sixth Leading Rusher in NFL History (13,662 Rushing Yards)
Super Bowl XL Champion

Rocky Bleier: Pittsburgh Steelers star running back
4x Super Bowl Champion
Vietnam War Veteran
One of the most popular players in team history

Mel Blount: Pittsburgh Steelers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Back
1975 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
4x Super Bowl Champion
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
Class of 1989 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dermontti Dawson: Pittsburgh Steelers 7x NFL Pro Bowl Center
NFL 1990's All-Decade Team
Class of 2012 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Donald Driver: Green Bay Packers 4x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
7x 1,000 Receiving Yards Seasons
Super Bowl XLV Champion
Green Bay Packers All-Time Leading Receiver (10,137 Rec Yards)

Derrick Brooks: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
2002 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Super Bowl XLVII Champion
Class of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Doug Martin: Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
2012 Rookie Season Stats: 1,454 Rushing Yards, 11 Rushing TDs, 49 Receptions, 472 Rec Yards

Reggie Brooks: Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American Running Back
1,000 Yards Running Back for the Washington Redskins

Antonio Brown: Pittsburgh Steelers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
Steelers Single Season Receiving Yards Record (1,499 Rec Yards in 2013)

Dave Casper: Oakland Raiders/ Houston Oilers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
Super Bowl XI and XV Champion
NFL 1970's All-Decade Team
Class of 2002 Pro Football HOF

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

Kirk Cousins: Washington Redskins Star Quarterback

Vagas Ferguson: Former New England Patriots Star Running Back

Randall McDaniel: Minnesota Vikings/ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Guard
NFL 1990's All-Decade Team
Class of 2009 Pro Football HOF

John Randle: Minnesota Vikings/ Seattle Seahawks 7x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle
NFL 1990's All-Decade Team
137.5 Career Sacks (6th All-Time)
Class of 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Chuck Foreman: Minnesota Vikings/ New England Patriots 5x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1973 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
3x 1,000 Rushing Yards Seasons
3x NFC Champion (Vikings)

Tom Gatewood: Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American Wide Receiver

LeSean McCoy: Philadelphia Eagles 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
2013 NFL Rushing Champion
Holds several Eagles single-season rushing records

AJ Green: Cincinnati Bengals 3x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
3x 1,000 Receiving Yards Seasons

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

Terry Hanratty: Pittsburgh Steelers 2x Super Bowl Champion Winning Quarterback

T.Y. Hilton: Indianapolis Colts Star Wide Receiver/ Return Specialist

Charlie Sanders: Detroit Lions 7x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End
NFL 1970's All-Decade Team
Class of 2007 Pro Football HOF

Robet Mathis: Indianapolis Colts 5x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive End
Super Bowl XLI Champion
2013 NFL Sacks Leader (19.5 sacks)
Colts All-Time Sacks Leader (111.0 Career Sacks)

Derrick Mayes: Green Bay Packers/ Seattle Seahwaks Star Wide Receiver
Super Bowl XXXI Champion

Lou Holtz: Former College Football Head Coach of the N.C. State Wolfpack, Arkansas Razorbacks, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Notre Dame Fighting Irish and South Carolina Gamecocks
1988 Notre Dame National Championship Team
2x Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach of the Year

Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger: Inspiration to the film, "Rudy"
First player ever carried off of Notre Dame's field

Rick Mirer: Former Notre Dame All-American Quarterback
Fighting Irish Career Leader in total offense, completions, and passing yards

Howard Twilley: Miami Dolphins 2x Super Bowl Champion Wide Receiver
Former NCAA Single Season Receiving Yards Record Holder (1,779 yards)

Paul Hornung: Green Bay Packers 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
1956 Heisman Trophy Winner
1961 NFL Most Valuable Player
5x NFL Champion
Class of 1986 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Rocket Ismail: Oakland Raiders/ Carolina Panthers/ Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
2x 1,000 Yards Seasons
1990 Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Allen Pinkett: Notre Dame 2x All-American Running Back
Graduated as the Fighting Irish All-Time Leading Rusher
Played six seasons with the Houston Oilers

Brady Quinn: Notre Dame All-American Quarterback
Owns several Fighting Irish Passing Records
2006 Maxwell Award Winner

Shamarko Thomas: Pittsburgh Steelers Strong Safety

Mike Stonebreaker: Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2x All-American Linebacker

Bobby Taylor: Philadelphia Eagles/ Seattle Seahawks NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Back
Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American

Manti Te'o: San Diego Chargers Star Linebacker
2012 Notre Dame All-American
2012 Maxwell Award Winner
2012 Walter Camp Award Winner
2012 Butkus Award Winner

Charley Taylor: Washington Red Skins 8x NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver
NFL 1960's All-Decade Team
1964 United Press NFL Rookie of the Year
Class of 1984 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Tony Rice: Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish All-American Quarterback

Ron "Jaws" Jaworski: LA Rams/ Philadelphia Eagles NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
1980 Bert Bell Award Winner
ESPN TV Analyst

Richard Sherman: Seattle Seahawks 2x NFL Pro Bowl Corner Back
2013 NFL Interceptions Leader (8 INTS)
Super Bowl XLVIII Champion

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

Jerry Kramer: Green Bay Packers 3x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Guard
5x NFL Champion
Super Bowl I & II Champion
NFL 1960's All Decade Team

Bob Kuechenberg: Miami Dolphins 6x NFL Pro Bowl Offensive Guard
Super Bowl VII and VIII Champion

Luke Kuechly: Carolina Panther 2013 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
2013 NFL Pro Bowl
2012 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

Jack Lambert: Pittsburgh Steelers 9x NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker
4x Super Bowl Champion (SBs IX, X, XIII and XIV)
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
Member 1970's and 1980's NFL All-Decade Teams
Class of 1990 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Rod Woodson: Pittsburgh Steelers/ Baltimore Ravens 11x NFL Pro Bowl Defensive Back
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
Super Bowl XXXV Champion
1993 NFL Defensive Player of the Year
Class of 2009 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Chris Zorich: Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2x All-American Defensive Tackle
Chicago Bears 1993 NFL Pro Bowl

Donnie Shell: Pittsburgh Steelers 5x NFL Pro Bowl Safety
Super Bowl IX, X, XIII and XIV Champion

Daryle Lamonica: Oakland Raiders 2x AFL MVP quarterback
3x AFL Champion

Johnny Lattner: Notre Dame Fighting Irish 1953 Heisman Trophy Winner
2x Maxwell Award Winner
Pittsburgh Steelers 1954 NFL Pro Bowl KR/PR

Bob Lilly: Dallas Cowboys 7x All-Pro Defensive Tackle
Member of the 1960's and 1970's All-Decade Teams
Class of 1980 Pro Football HOF

Jan Stenerud: 4x NFL Pro Bowl Kicker for the Chiefs, Packers and Vikings
2x AFL All-Star
Class of 1991 Pro Football Hall of Fame

Ricky Watters: San Francisco 49ers/ Philadelphia Eagles/ Seattle Seahawks 5x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
7x 1,000 Rushing Yards Seasons
Member of the 10,000 Yards Club (10,643 Career Rushing Yards)

Brian Westbrook: Philadelphia Eagles 2x NFL Pro Bowl Running Back
2nd Leading Rusher in Eagles History (5,995 Rushing Yards)

Roger Wehrli: St. Louis Cardinals 7x Pro Bowl Cornerback
Chicago/ St. Louis/ Arizona Cardinals Franchise Leader Fumble Recoveries (22)
Class of 2007 Pro Football HOF



Baseball

Dennis Eckersley: Boston Red Sox/ Oakland A's HOF Class of 2004
1992 American League Cy Young Award Winner
1992 American League MVP
6x MLB All-Star Pitcher

Darryl Strawberry: New York Mets/ LA Dodgers/ New York Yankees 8x MLB All-Star Outfielder
1986 National League Rookie of the Year
4x World Series Champion

Dave Parker: 7x MLB All-Star Outfielder for the Pirates, Reds and Brewers
2x World Series Champion
1978 National League MVP

Dave Winfield: San Diego Padres/ New York NY Yankees HOF Class of 2001
12x MLB All-Star Outfielder
8x 100 RBI Seasons
465 Career Home Runs
3,110 Career Hits


Basketball

Wes Unseld: Baltimore/ Washington Bullets 5x NBA All-Star
1969 NBA Rookie of the Year
1978 NBA Most Valuable Player
1978 NBA Finals MVP


Hockey

Bobby Hull: Chicago Blackhawks 12x NHL All-Star Left Wing
3x Art Ross Trophy Winner
7x NHL Scoring Champion
Winnipeg Jets 5x WHA All-Star Left Wing
Class of 1984 Hockey Hall of Fame


Horse Racing

Ron Turcotte: Rode Secretariat to the 1973 Triple Crown

Steve Cauthen: Rode Affirmed to the 1978 Triple Crown

Jean Cruguet: Rode Seattle Slew to the 1977 Triple Crown


Boxing:

Mike Tyson: World's Youngest Undisputed Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Class of 2010 International Boxing Hall of Fame
Class of 2011 World Boxing Hall of Fame


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