Hubert Ginn Signed AUTO 1977 Oakland Raiders payroll Check for playing in Super Bowl XI

Hubert Ginn played in the National Football League for nine seasons as a running back for the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Colts and the Oakland Raiders. He was a member of two Super Bowl championship teams, the 1972 undefeated Dolphins and the 1976 Raiders.

Ginn served as Miami's backup running back during their 1971 AFC championship season and their 1972 Super Bowl season. Three games into the 1973 season he was traded to the Colts in exchange for fullback Don Nottingham and a 6th round draft choice. Ginn had been unhappy with his limited playing time with the Dolphins, but received even less playing time with the Colts. He suffered a bone chip in his toe during the season and refused a pain killer injection to be able to play on it. He was waived by the Colts during the 1974 preseason and re-signed by the Dolphins.

After beginning the 1976 season on injured reserve for the Dolphins, Ginn was waived in October. He was signed by the Raiders a few weeks later. Ginn's career ended after becoming a free agent after the 1978 season.

We offer a signed Oakland Raiders payroll check dated January 27, 1977 for $14,440.  This has been made out to and endorsed by Hubert Ginn on the back.  Signed by Stephen Ballard on the front.

This was his payment for playing in Super Bowl XI.



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Hubert Ginn Signed AUTO 1977 Oakland Raiders payroll Check for playing in Super Bowl XI