Officially licensed cap commemorating the Super Bowl 50 victory of the Denver Broncos autgraphed by former Penn State player Jordan Norwood.
His leadership and jumping skills on the basketball court was what led coach Joe Paterno to offer him a football scholarship.
In 2005, his freshman season, Norwood caught 32 passes for 422 yards with a 13.2 yard average.
Norwood's sophomore season concluded with him making the Dean's List and being named to the Academic All-Big Ten team. He caught 45 passes for 472 yards and 2 touchdowns with a 10.5 yard average. He joined the basketball team under Ed DeChellis in January, practicing regularly and appearing in four games as a reserve guard in his only season playing basketball.
In his junior season, Jordan caught 40 balls for 484 yards and 5 touchdowns with a 12.1 yard average including catching a touchdown pass lying down on the ground versus Buffalo. He had a season high 8 catches for 65 yards and a touchdown in a 36-31 win over Indiana.
Norwood earned all-Big Ten honorable mention honors as a senior, after catching 41 passes for 637 yards and six touchdowns. Norwood's eight-catch, 116-yard performance versus Oregon State on September 6, 2008 moved him past O.J. McDuffie into third place on Penn State’s career reception list.
Norwood was signed by the Denver Broncos during the 2014 season after stints with the Eagles, Browns, and Buccaneers. In Super Bowl 50, Norwood set a Super Bowl record for the longest punt return at 62 yards. The return set up a field goal that put the Broncos up 13-7. The Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to give Norwood his first Super Bowl win.