The Seattle Seahawks have delivered some artifacts from their Super Bowl victory to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
The team donated linebacker Malcolm Smith’s uniform, including helmet and shoes. Smith, who returned an interception for a touchdown, had nine tackles and a fumble recovery, was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.
The team also donated quarterback Russell Wilson’s game jersey, coach Pete Carroll’s sideline outfit and the Gatorade jug that was used to drench Carroll as time was winding down.
The items will be on display at the Hall of Fame’s Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery and Pro Football Today Gallery.
Seahawks fans who visit the Hall will also see the bonze busts of Seahawks legends Steve Largent and Cortez Kennedy, who played their entire careers in Seattle.
Former Seahawks tackle Walter Jones will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this summer.