Larry Foote Autograph

Lawrence Edward Foote, Jr. (born June 12, 1980) is a former American football linebacker and an inside linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played college football at Michigan. More about Larry Foote

The most expensive item with a signature of Larry Foote (PITTSBURGH STEELERS LARRY FOOTE SIGNED JERSEY SBXL SB XLIII CHAMP COA MMA) was sold on eBay in April 2017 for $999.00 while the cheapest item (Larry Foote signed 8x10 Pittsburgh Steelers) found a new owner for $0.99 in January 2018. The month with the most items sold (28) was January 2009 with an average selling price of $51.66 for an autographed item of Larry Foote. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2008 with $76.66 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.33 was April 2013. In average, an autographed item from Larry Foote is worth $27.31.

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Current items with a signature of Larry Foote

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

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
Larry Foote Pittsburgh Steelers Autographed/Signed 16x20 Photo PSA/DNA I35200$59.00
Larry Foote Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Signed AUTOGRAPH 8 x10 Photo PSA DNA$24.99
LARRY FOOTE SIGNED MICHIGAN WOLVERINES 8X10 PHOTO AUTOGRAPH JSA$24.95
Larry Foote Signed Photograph - 8x10$32.99
Larry Foote Signed Steelers 75th Mini Helmet With JSA$39.99
Pittsburgh Steelers LARRY FOOTE Signed Autographed Football Pylon COA! 2X CHAMPS$199.99
Signed Larry Foote Photo - 8X10$40.99

Traded items with a signature of Larry Foote

In total, we tracked 545 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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

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LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED FULL SIZE HELMET STEELERS SBXL$99.99
LARRY FOOTE PITTSBURGH STEELERS SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO$16.99
LARRY FOOTE signed PITTSBURGH STEELERS 8x10 photo$15.00
LARRY FOOTE signed PITTSBURGH STEELERS 8x10 photo$15.00
Larry Foote Signed Pittsburgh Steelers 8x10 Photo COA$24.95

Traded Balls with a signature of Larry Foote

Most recently, these Balls with a signature of Larry Foote were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

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LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED WILSON NFL FOOTBALL STEELERS!!$46.00
LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED WILSON NFL FOOTBALL STEELERS!!$39.99
LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED WILSON NFL FOOTBALL STEELERS!!$39.99
LARRY FOOTE signed DETROIT LIONS FOOTBALL MICHIGAN$24.99

Traded Helmets with a signature of Larry Foote

Most recently, these Helmets with a signature of Larry Foote were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED FULL SIZE HELMET STEELERS SBXL$99.99
Larry Foote signed 75th Anniv. Steelers helmet!!! COA!!$46.14
larry foote super bowl xl autographed mini helmet$15.50
Pittsburgh Steeler mini helmet autographed Larry Foote$10.50

Traded Jerseys with a signature of Larry Foote

Most recently, these Jerseys with a signature of Larry Foote were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED AUTHENTIC STEELERS JERSEY # STM$9.99
LARRY FOOTE AUTOGRAPHED AUTHENTIC STEELERS JERSEY # STM$9.99
Larry Foote Detroit Lions signed jersey$20.00
Larry Foote signed Steelers jersey, Size 50$26.99

Traded Photos with a signature of Larry Foote

Most recently, these Photos with a signature of Larry Foote were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
LARRY FOOTE PITTSBURGH STEELERS SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO$16.99
LARRY FOOTE signed PITTSBURGH STEELERS 8x10 photo$15.00
LARRY FOOTE signed PITTSBURGH STEELERS 8x10 photo$15.00
Larry Foote Signed Pittsburgh Steelers 8x10 Photo COA$24.95

Latest News about Larry Foote

Larry Foote joining Cardinals' coaching staff (02/19/15): Larry Foote is nearing the end of his professional career, but it isn't certain that he's going to hang up his cleats. In the meantime, he's making the moves necessary to join Arizona's coaching staff.

Cardinals release Larry Foote, freeing him to coach for club (02/19/15): With veteran inside linebacker Larry Foote transitioning to coaching for the Cardinals, the club released him from their 90-player roster on Thursday, according to the NFL’s daily personnel report. According to Ross Tucker of NBCSN and SiriusXM NFL Radio, Foote cannot play and coach, per NFLPA rules. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians told SiriusXM this morning…

Cards' Larry Foote to try hand at coaching (02/19/15): Cardinals linebacker Larry Foote could decide to play in 2015 but will try coaching this spring and summer.                

Bruce Arians: Larry Foote currently on coaching staff, could decide to play later (02/19/15): Earlier this month, word out of Arizona was that linebacker Larry Foote could wind up on Bruce Arians’s coaching staff with the Cardinals if he decided not to return for a 14th season on the field. On Thursday, Arians told Alex Marvez and Ross Tucker on Sirius XM NFL Radio that Foote has agreed to…

Larry Foote could join Cardinals staff if he retires (02/08/15): If Cardinals linebacker Larry Foote chooses to retire, he could still have a job in Arizona.

Older News Stories about Larry Foote

Cards' Larry Foote to try hand at coaching (02/2015): Cardinals linebacker Larry Foote could decide to play in 2015 but will try coaching this spring and summer.                

Former Steeler Larry Foote: Make No Mistake, The Pats Cheated (01/2015): Arizona Cardinals, and former Steelers Linebacker, Larry Foote joined The Cook and Poni Show on Friday and he had some harsh words for the New England Patriots.

Larry Foote, Jonathan Cooper inactive at San Francisco (12/2014): SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Larry Foote has been Mr. Dependable this season, but his run of consistency will come to an end Sunday. Foote, who’s missed just one snap all season, was ruled inactive for Sunday’s game at San Francisco. He was doubtful with a knee injury on Friday. Cardinals guard Jonathan Cooper was also inactive with a wrist injury. Cooper was given a new cast this week that’s barely ...

Larry Foote is tonight's special guest at 7 p.m. (11/2014): Larry Foote on tonight's Sam Acho Show on azcentral.com                

Larry Foote relies on experience to handle play calling against up-tempo teams (10/2014): TEMPE, Ariz. -- When safety Rashad Johnson started telling the story of linebacker Larry Foote “changing” the defensive plays Sunday against Philadelphia, it had all the makings of a juicy tale of a veteran being bold enough to break away from the coaches’ directive.  “We’ll get the call sometimes from the sideline, and he’ll be like, ‘Hey man, just run this,’” Johnson said. “And we’ll just run ...

Arizona Cardinals Q&A with Larry Foote (09/2014): Arizona Cardinals: A Q&A with Larry Foote                

Cardinals' odd couple: Kevin Minter, Larry Foote (08/2014): As close as they are on the field, Kevin Minter and Larry Foote really couldn't be further apart.                

Larry Foote ready to play three downs (07/2014): GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Veteran linebacker Larry Foote only knows how to play three downs. Entering his 13th season, and his first with the Arizona Cardinals, he’s not ready for that to change – regardless of what coach Bruce Arians has said. In June, Arians said he wasn’t sure if Foote, who turned 34 this summer, could play three downs, “but two downs for sure.” “I mean, that’s why I’m here in camp ...

Cardinals sign LB Larry Foote to 1-year contract (05/2014): Foote has started 119 of 172 games during his 12-year career, 11 with the Pittsburgh Steelers and one with the Lions. The former U-M star played in one game last season for the Steelers before rupturing his right biceps. The Steelers released him in March.

Larry Foote: ‘I’m Not Going To Play For The League Minimum’ (04/2014): Former Steelers LB Larry Foote joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday for his first interview since the team released him on March 5.

Larry Foote has no plans to retire (03/2014): The Steelers released linebacker Larry Foote last week as part of their effort to create cap space ahead of free agency and some wondered if that might be the end of the line for Foote. The longtime Steeler played just one game last season before a torn biceps sent him to injured reserve and he…

Larry Foote, like fans, in wait-and-see mode (01/2014): PITTSBURGH -- Fans wondering what is ahead for the Pittsburgh Steelers are not the only ones. "We've been calling around, shooting some text messages trying to figure out what's the move and Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin and Mr. (Art) Rooney (II), I'm assuming right now they're just trying to figure this out because I haven't heard a peep about who's going to be back," veteran inside linebacker ...

Larry Foote Praises Young Steelers Linebackers (12/2013): Larry Foote spoke with 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi Wednesday about the progress of a couple of the younger members of the Steelers defense.

Steelers LB Larry Foote Says Playoffs Are Right There For The Taking (11/2013): Foote says the Steelers are very much alive in the playoff talk but they have another huge test Thursday night in Baltimore.

Larry Foote Talks Tom Brady & Patriots (10/2013): The Larry Foote Show broadcasts live from Monte Cello's as the Steelers linebacker looks ahead to a big game against the Patriots in New England.

Larry Foote Says Steelers Need To Bring Win Home From London (09/2013): Steelers linebacker Larry Foote joins Andrew once again for his weekly show at Monte Cello's.

Larry Foote: ‘We Got Humbled Last Year’ (07/2013): The Fan Morning Show chatted with Steelers linebacker Larry Foote at training camp on Wednesday.

Larry Foote, Steelers Motivated To Get Back To Playoffs (06/2013): With Steelers Mini Camp starting Tuesday on the Southside, Linebacker, Larry Foote joined the Fan Morning Show for a preview.

Larry Foote: Steelers angry they didn't make playoffs (05/2013): Larry Foote says the Pittsburgh Steelers are angry after finishing 8-8 last season, and the Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl win only added coals to the fire.

Steelers’ LB Larry Foote : ‘We Better Be Pissed Off’ (03/2013): Steelers linebacker Larry Foote joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday, a day after re-signing with the team in free agency.

Steelers' Larry Foote bids to get deal for 2013 (02/2013): Larry Foote said the Steelers and his agent have been talking about a new contract for the 2013 season.

Steelers LB Larry Foote: Return Depends on Offers (01/2013): Steelers linebacker Larry Foote joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday, chatting with the guys after the Steelers season concluded this past weekend.

Larry Foote ‘Our Playoffs Start This Week’ (12/2012): Steelers linebacker, Larry Foote joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to talk about the 27-24 loss to the Cowboys.

Steelers' Larry Foote awarded $1.2M in valet scam at Somerset, Twelve Oaks (11/2012): A judge has awarded $1.2 million to Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Larry Foote who says he was the victim of bogus valet contracts at Detroit-area shopping malls.

Steelers Defense Update With Larry Foote (10/2012): Larry Foote joins the Fan Morning Show for his weekly interview to talk about this week's win over Washington and their upcoming battle with the Giants.

Larry Foote Talks About 34-31 Loss To Raiders (09/2012): Linebacker Larry Foote will be a frequent guest on the Fan Morning Show, and he joined the guys on Tuesday morning to talk about the Steelers' 34-31 loss to the Oakland Raiders.

Steelers look to LB Larry Foote for defensive leadership (07/2012): The Steelers parted ways with their long-time defensive captain, James Farrior, in the offseason, releasing him after 10 years as their inside linebacker and locker-room leader.

Wake-up: Steelers confident in Larry Foote (06/2012): So, I'm glad to be back but I am a little upset. I take off one week and miss Kordell Stewart retiring as a Steeler. This made me check my calendar to make sure it was 2012 and not 2002. Maybe I'll get lucky this week and Neil O'Donnell will do the same this week. Thanks for the responses regarding the blog, and I'll have a post today on some of the feedback. As always, grab a cup of coffee and ...

Adrien Cole: Comparing NFL Draft Pick to Larry Foote (04/2012): Player Name:  Adrien Cole School:  Louisiana Tech Position:  ILB College football's stars of yesterday are ready to take the leap into the world of professional football. While expectations run the gamut, fans are hopeful that each player their favorite team selects will resemble a current or former NFL star. Will Andrew Luck be the next Aaron Rodgers? Is Trent Richardson the next Adrian ...

Larry Foote understands why his friends are leaving (03/2012): Steelers linebacker Larry Foote started the cell phone conversation on a sad note by saying "all my friends are leaving."

Steelers LB Larry Foote Preps For Ravens (09/2011): The Fan Morning Show's Jim Colony caught up with Pittsburgh Steelers' linebacker Larry Foote.

Larry Foote angry at owners cutting employees’ pay (05/2011): Steelers linebacker Larry Foote is speaking out for team employees who have had their pay cut, ripping NFL owners for allowing the lockout to hurt workers who have nothing to do with the labor situation. “To lay people off to save money,” Foote told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “I don’t know who they’re trying to fool.…