Growing up with the 90’s Browns few players were as popular as Michael Dean Perry.
He was drafted by the Browns in 1988 out of Clemson, and would have a very fine career. Playing in Cleveland from 1989 to 1994 as a defensive tackle, he would be selected to the Pro-Bowl in five times. His final three years in the league were spent with Denver and Kansas City, and would rack up one more Pro-Bowl selection in 1996 with the Broncos.
I remember him most for the sandwich that McDonalds offered for him, which was pretty much a Big Mac, only with more meat.
I was excited to get this autograph, but a little bummed once it arrived in the mail. I thought it was going to be black ball point, but instead ended up being black sharpie. No yellowing, so that is nice.