Curley Culp Autograph

Curley Culp

Curley Culp (March 10, 1946 – November 27, 2021) was an American football defensive lineman. He played college football at Arizona State University, where he was also an NCAA heavyweight wrestling champion. He played football professionally in the American Football League (AFL) for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1968 and 1969, and in the National Football League (NFL) for the Chiefs, Houston Oilers, and Detroit Lions. He was an AFL All-Star in 1969 and a six-time AFC–NFC Pro Bowler. More about Curley Culp

Current items with a signature of Curley Culp

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Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1973 Topps #167 CURLEY CULP Signed PSA/DNA 10 AUTO GRADE Full PSA Label HOF$229.99logo
thumbnailChiefs CURLEY CULP Signed 16x20 Photo #1 AUTO - SB IV Champ - HOF 2013 $39.99logo
thumbnailCURLEY CULP AUTOGRAPHED CUSTOM JERSEY (HOUSTON OILERS) - JSA COA!$129.99logo
thumbnailCURLEY CULP KANSAS CITY CHIEFS HOF 13 ACTION SIGNED 8x10$39.99logo
thumbnailCurley Culp Kansas City Chiefs Signed Helmet HOF Arizona State Sun Devils$75.00logo
thumbnailKC Chiefs CURLEY CULP Signed Custom Red Jersey AUTO w/ HOF '13 - JSA $125.00logo
thumbnailOilers CURLEY CULP Signed 16x20 Photo #1 AUTO - Pro Bowler- HOF 2013 $29.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Curley Culp

In total, we tracked 665 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Curley Culp (Curley Culp Signed/Autographed Speed Authentic Helmet w/HOF PSA Houston Oilers) was sold in July 2022 for $324.99 while the cheapest item (1974 TOPPS CURLEY CULP CHIEFS HAND SIGNED AUTO FOOTBALL CARD #433) found a new owner for $0.98 in February 2012. The month with the most items sold (48) was November 2021 with an average selling price of $17.75 for an autographed item of Curley Culp. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2013 with $149.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was January 2010. In average, an autographed item from Curley Culp is worth $15.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Curley Culp were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2020 Illusions Curley Culp Pioneer Penmanship Auto Autograph #98/99 Chiefs$5.00logo
thumbnail2021 Panini Luminance Curley Culp Illuminated Ink autograph #/49$11.99logo
thumbnail2021 Panini Mosaic Black Prizm Curley Culp Autograph No Huddle 1/1$159.95logo
thumbnail2022 Certified Football Mirror Signatures Curley Culp Autograph #063/125 Oilers$1.76logo
thumbnail2022 Panini Certified Mirror Signatures CURLEY CULP /125 #MS-CC Signed Auto$1.25logo
thumbnailCURLEY CULP 2018 PANINI ABSOLUTE ICONIC INK AUTOGRAPH KC CHIEFS$10.50logo
thumbnailCurley Culp 2021 Panini Select AUTO Autograph HOF Deceased$3.03logo
thumbnailCURLEY CULP Signed Autograph Auto 8x10 Photo Picture Kansas City Chiefs PSA ITP$6.05logo
thumbnailCURLEY CULP Signed Autograph Auto 8x10 Photo Picture Kansas City Chiefs PSA ITP$5.50logo
thumbnailCurley Culp Signed Autographed Kansas City Chiefs Jersey HOF NWT JSA COA$69.98logo

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Latest News about Curley Culp

2022 Pac-12 Hall of Honor Inductee: Curley Culp (03/09/22): A prolific football player and wrestler, Curley Culp was an All-American on the gridiron for the Sun Devils as well as the 1967 NCAA heavyweight wrestling champion, Arizona State’s first-ever wrestling national champion. Widely regarded as one of the best nose tackles to ever play the game, Culp thr Go to news article

Curley Culp, Defensive Anchor of Two Football Teams, Dies at 75 (12/02/21): A bruising Hall of Famer, Culp helped lead the Kansas City Chiefs to an upset victory in Super Bowl IV. With the Houston Oilers, he revolutionized the role of nose tackle. Go to news article

Hall of Fame defensive lineman Curley Culp, a key member of the Chiefs' Super Bo (11/27/21): Culp was a key member of Kansas City's first Super Bowl championship defense Go to news article

Chiefs, Oilers tackle and NFL Hall of Famer Curley Culp dead at 75 (11/27/21): Curley Culp is regarded as one of the best nose tackles in NFL history. Go to news article

Chiefs Hall of Fame DT Curley Culp dies at 75 (11/27/21): #Chiefs Hall of Fame DT Curley Culp has died shortly after announcing he was diagnosed with late-stage pancreatic cancer. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Curley Culp

Hall of Famer Culp has stage 4 pancreatic cancer (11/2021): NFL Hall of Fame defensive lineman Curley Culp, who played 14 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, Houston Oilers and Detroit Lions, tweeted Tuesday that he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Go to news article

Curley Culp to Announce Chiefs 3rd-Round Pick (05/2014): The former Chiefs defensive tackle returns to the big stage

Former Houston Oiler and Hall of Famer Curley Culp to Appear at Dell Diamond Sat (08/2013): ROUND ROCK, Texas - Curley Culp, a 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, will appear at Dell Diamond for Saturday's 7:05 p.m. game between the Round Rock Express and Oklahoma City RedHawks. Go to news article

Having helped Chiefs win only Super Bowl, Curley Culp finally joins teammates in (07/2013): KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When he hears the name Curley Culp, the first thing that Chiefs defensive backs coach Emmitt Thomas does is smile. Then he shakes and head and says, "He was an ornery feller."

Curley Culp Award presented to Mountain Ridge’s Giannina (02/2013): Eddie Giannina, senior captain for Mountain Ridge High School’s football team, was awarded his team’s MVP, the Arizona Republic’s “All AZ Team,” AZ SCA 1st Team DIV 1 All State and, recently, the Curley Culp award for the “most outstanding defensive lineman.”

Wrestling. Curley Culp Named 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame Senior Nominee (09/2012): Defensive tackle Curley Culp and linebacker Dave Robinson were named by the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Seniors Committee as finalists for election into the Hall of Fame with the Class of 2013.