21x29 artwork photo with John Elway, Joe Montana, Dan Marino and Johnny Unitas. Signed by John Elway
Quarterbacks of the Century Signed by John Elway
John Elway led the Denver Broncos to 5 Super Bowl Appearances in his legendary 16-year career in the NFL.
In his final two seasons, he led the Broncos to victories in SB 32 and 33 and was named the Most Valuable Player in SB 33.
Elway holds virtually all the Denver Broncos passing records.
He was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2004.
Dan Marino spent 17 seasons with the Miami Dolphins in the NFL.
After a successful college career at Pittsburgh and being named First-team All-American in 1981, Marino was the last quarterback taken in the first round of the quarterback class of 1983.
Marino held or currently holds dozens of NFL records associated with the quarterback position, and despite never being on a Super Bowl-winning team, he is recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
Johnny Unitas, nicknamed "Johnny U" and "the Golden Arm", spent the majority of his career playing for the Baltimore Colts.
He was a record-setting quarterback, and the NFL's most valuable player in 1959, 1964, and 1967.
For 52 years, he held the record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass (set between 1956 and 1960), until it was broken in 2012 by Drew Brees.
Unitas was the prototype of the modern era marquee quarterback, with a strong passing game, media fanfare, and widespread popularity.
He has been consistently listed as one of the greatest NFL players of all time.
Joe Montana spent 16 seasons, primarily with the San Francisco 49ers, in the NFL.
After winning a national championship at Notre Dame, Montana started his NFL career in 1979 with San Francisco, where he played for the next 14 seasons.
While a member of the 49ers, Montana started and won four Super Bowls and was the first player ever to have been named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player three times.
He also holds Super Bowl career records for most passes without an interception and the all-time highest passer rating.
In 1993, Montana was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs for his final two seasons, and he led that franchise to its first AFC Championship Game in January 1994.
Montana was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000, his first year of eligibility.
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