Chuck Noll Signed AUTO letter to 1972 Steelers Draft Pick Pro Football HOF PSA/DNA COA

Chuck Noll (D. 2014) was an American professional football player and head coach. Regarded as one of the greatest head coaches of all time, his sole head coaching position was for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) from 1969 to 1991. When Noll retired after 23 years, only three other head coaches in NFL history had longer tenures with one team.

After a seven-year playing career that included two NFL Championships as a member of his hometown Cleveland Browns and several years as an assistant coach with various teams, in 1969 Noll took the helm of the then moribund Steelers (which had played in only one post-season game in its previous 36 years, a 21–0 loss), and turned it into a perennial contender. As a head coach, Noll won four Super Bowls, four AFC titles and nine Central Division championships, compiled a 209–156–1 (.572) overall record, a 16–8 playoff record and had winning records in 15 of his final 20 seasons. His four Super Bowl victories rank second behind Bill Belichick for the most of any head coach in NFL history. His four Super Bowl wins are the most ever by a coach without a Super Bowl loss.

Between his playing and coaching tenures, Noll won a total of seven NFL Championships as well as one AFL Championship and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993, his first year of eligibility.

Offered is a typed letter dated February 8, 1972 signed by legendary Pro Football HOF coach, Chuck Noll to Michigan State tackle, Ron Curl, who was a 12th round draft pick. Curl didn’t make the team, but he kept the letter regarding all of the plans the Steelers had in mind for him.  

Signed in black ink by Chuck Noll and signed by Ron Curl who gifted this to a friend of his (he personalized the letter on the side “To Bill – Ron Curl”)

Unique and rare


Item: 13382

Price: $295.00
Chuck Noll Signed AUTO letter to 1972 Steelers Draft Pick Pro Football HOF PSA/DNA COA