James Thrash Autograph

James Thrash is a former American Football wide receiver who played in the National Football League (NFL) for ten years. He was born on April 28, 1976, in the small town of Lubbock, Texas. Thrash attended Missouri Southern State University, where he played college football for the Lions from 1994-1997. Despite having an impressive college career, Thrash went undrafted in the 1997 NFL Draft. More about James Thrash

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Current items with a signature of James Thrash

These are the most current items with a signature of James Thrash that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2001 TOPPS JAMES THRASH AUTOGRAPH AUTO WASHINGTON REDSKINS$19.95logo
thumbnailAutographed 8x10 JAMES THRASH Washington Redskins Autographed photo - w/COA$12.99logo
thumbnailAutographed James Thrash Philadelphia Eagles 2002 Fleer Football Card #164$5.99logo
thumbnailG4-68 FOOTBALL CARD - JAMES THRASH REDSKINS - AUTOGRAPHED - 2001 TOPPS$21.95logo
thumbnailJames Thrash - 2001 Bowman Autographed Football card # 31 - Philadelphia Eagles$19.95logo
thumbnailJAMES THRASH SIGNED 2004 TOPPS #33 - REDSKINS / EAGLES$6.00logo
thumbnailJames Thrash Signed Autographed 2001 UD Upper Deck Victory NFL Card Authentic$14.99logo
Thrash began his NFL career as an undrafted free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1997. He spent four seasons with the Eagles and developed into one of their most reliable receivers, known for his tough and gritty play style. In 2001, he signed with the Washington Redskins, where he played for six seasons. Thrash's best statistical year came in 2005, where he recorded 49 receptions and 558 receiving yards. Throughout his NFL career, Thrash was dominant as a special teams player, often leading in special teams tackles for his team. He was known for his hard work, dedication, and ability to make clutch plays when it mattered most. James Thrash retired in 2008 after a decade of professional football.

Apart from his football career, Thrash has been active in his community and has continued to give back after retiring. He founded the James Thrash Foundation, which helps fund college scholarships and conducts charity events in his hometown of Lubbock. Additionally, he has taken up coaching, working with youth football programs and serving as a coach at Union High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Thrash's dedication and hard work on and off the field have made him a beloved figure in the football community. Read even more about James Thrash at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of James Thrash

In total, we tracked 61 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of James Thrash (NWT AUTOGRAPHED Reebok Eagles James Thrash Authentic Jersey Size: 52) was sold in January 2018 for $69.99 while the cheapest item (JAMES THRASH SIGNED CARD AUTO AUTOGRAPH EAGLES REDSKINS) found a new owner for $0.25 in December 2008. The month with the most items sold (5) was January 2008 with an average selling price of $1.99 for an autographed item of James Thrash. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2018 with $69.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.64 was December 2008. In average, an autographed item from James Thrash is worth $5.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2001 JAMES THRASH AUTO Topps Autograph ON CARD Washington REDSKINS EAGLES$8.00logo
thumbnail2001 Topps Football James Thrash Autograph$2.91logo
thumbnail2001 Topps Reserve James Thrash Eagles Short Print Autographs Auto Signed #TR-JT$11.50logo
thumbnail2002 Fleer Tradition Football Card #164 James Thrash Auto Signed Autograph$4.99logo
thumbnail2002 UD Piece of History #76 James Thrash Auto Signed Autograph$4.99logo
thumbnail2002 Upper Deck MVP James Thrash #183 Philadelphia Eagles Auto Signed Autograph$4.99logo
thumbnailJAMES THRASH 2001 AUTO Topps Autograph ON CARD Washington REDSKINS Commanders$6.00logo
thumbnailJAMES THRASH 2001 TOPPS RESERVE AUTOGRAPH PHILADELPHIA EAGLES$9.99logo
thumbnailJames Thrash Signed 2002 Upper Deck #130 Card Philadelphia Eagles Auto AU$1.36logo
thumbnailJames Thrash Signed Auto Autograph 2003 Score Card #231 Eagles $4.99logo

Latest News about James Thrash

Bucs' Evans out vs. Packers after appeal denied (09/21/22): Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans' one-game suspension without pay was upheld by appeals officer James Thrash, the NFL announced Wednesday. Go to news article

James Thrash will hear Mike Evans’ suspension appeal (09/20/22): Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans is appealing his one-game suspension today, and he’ll have former NFL wide receiver James Thrash hearing his case. Evans’ appeal is set for today with Thrash making the determination about whether to uphold the suspension, according to multiple reports. Thrash is

James Thrash complains about social media reaction to his Myles Garrett decision (11/22/19): On Thursday, former NFL receiver James Thrash upheld the NFL's indefinite suspension of Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. The decision prompted a reaction on social media. Thrash has reacted to the reaction. "Please stop tweeting me about the decision," Thrash tweeted late Thursday afternoon

NFL has important reason for indefinite suspension of Myles Garrett (11/21/19): The NFL's plan for Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, which was upheld by hearing officer James Thrash, consists of sidelining Garrett for the rest of the 2019 season and then figuring out what to do with him in 2020. The original announcement of Garrett's suspension requires that he meet with

Myles Garrett appeal decision is expected today (11/21/19): On Wednesday, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett and NFL Players Association made his case to hearing officer James Thrash. On Thursday, a decision is expected. A source with knowledge of the situation confirms that Garrett's case hinges on a comparison to the Antonio Smith helmet-swinging (but not