Ronald Curry Autograph

Ronald Curry was an American football player who was born on May 28, 1979, in Hampton, Virginia. Curry had an impressive football career in high school, during which he played as a quarterback and a wide receiver. He was regarded as a top prospect among quarterbacks in the country and was heavily recruited by several college teams. More about Ronald Curry

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Current items with a signature of Ronald Curry

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2002 Bowman's Best Gold 59/99 Ronald Curry #160 Rookie Auto RC Auto Autograph$19.99logo
thumbnail2002 Bowman's Best Ronald Curry #160 Rookie Auto Autograph Raiders$9.99logo
thumbnail2002 Ronald Curry Rookie Autograph Bowman's Best Football Card Las Vegas Raiders$8.46logo
thumbnail2006 TOPPS TURKEY RED FOOTBALL GOLD AUTOGRAPH RONALD CURRY RAIDERS # 23/25$39.99logo
thumbnailRONALD CURRY 2002 SP AUTHENTIC #210 ROOKIE AUTOGRAPH AUTO #0891/1150 BD9906$11.99logo
thumbnailRonald Curry 2005 Topps Turkey Red Football..autograph 50/199$8.00logo
thumbnailRonald Curry UNC North Carolina Tarheels Signed 8x10 Photo NFL Oakland Raiders$25.00logo
Curry went on to play college football at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he made his mark as one of the best quarterbacks in the school's history. During his time at Carolina, he set records for career touchdown passes, career total offense, career passing yards, career completions and career attempts. He was also named to the First-Team All-ACC team twice and was a finalist for the Manning Award in 2001.

After college, Curry went on to play in the National Football League (NFL) for seven seasons. He was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the seventh round of the 2002 NFL draft and played for them until 2008. Curry was known for his versatility during his time in the NFL, playing both as a quarterback and a wide receiver. He retired from professional football in 2010 after a brief stint with the San Francisco 49ers. Despite his relatively short NFL career, Curry's skills as an athlete were recognized and admired by many in the football community. Read even more about Ronald Curry at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Ronald Curry

In total, we tracked 59 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ronald Curry (Ronald Curry Autographed Football) was sold in August 2016 for $35.00 while the cheapest item (ronald curry 2009 upper deck philadelphia #65 - signed w/ detroit lions) found a new owner for $0.21 in July 2019. The month with the most items sold (3) was February 2008 with an average selling price of $0.99 for an autographed item of Ronald Curry. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2016 with $35.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.21 was July 2019. In average, an autographed item from Ronald Curry is worth $4.99.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2002 SAGE Auto /200 UNC Tar Heels Ronald Curry Rookie Autograph RC Raiders WR QB$3.59logo
thumbnail2002 Sage Ronald Curry #A8 Autographed Raw Card LOOK!!$1.00logo
thumbnail2002 SP Authentic - Signed Rookie Authentics #210 Ronald Curry /1150 (AU, RC)$6.00logo
thumbnail2002 SP Authentic - Signed Rookie Authentics #210 Ronald Curry /1150 (AU, RC)$4.00logo
thumbnail2002 SP Authentic Signed Authentics /1150 Ronald Curry #210 Rookie Auto RC$12.00logo
thumbnail2005 RONALD CURRY TOPPS HERITAGE REAL ONE AUTOGRAPH RAIDERS AUTO UNC TARHEELS$7.95logo
thumbnail2009 TOPPS MAGIC RONALD CURRY SP #180 AUTO AUTOGRAPH ROOKIE NORTH CAROLINA $14.83logo
thumbnailRonald Curry 2002 Bowman RC Signed Auto Autograph Card Guaranteed Authentic$0.30logo
thumbnailRonald Curry 2002 SAGE Authentic Autograph #A8 Red SKU4-438$1.79logo
thumbnailRonald Curry AUTOGRAPHED 2002 Sage Hit - Raiders Lions Rams North Carolina QB$1.99logo

Latest News about Ronald Curry

Ronald Curry set to join Bills as quarterbacks coach (02/07/24): The Bills are adding Ronald Curry to their coaching staff. Go to news article

Former two-sport UNC star Curry heading into eighth season with Saints (07/26/23): Two-way star Ronald Curry, who played both football and basketball at UNC, is now entering his eighth year with the NFL's Saints. Go to news article

Saints passing game coordinator Ronald Curry attending NFL coach accelerator pro (05/17/23): New Orleans Saints quarterbacks coach and passing-game coordinator Ronald Curry is attending the NFL's upcoming accelerator program: Go to news article

Broncos expected to interview Ronald Curry for OC job (02/08/23): The Broncos expected to interview Ronald Curry for their offensive coordinator position. Go to news article

Report: Broncos to interview Ronald Curry for offensive coordinator (02/07/23): Broncos head coach Sean Payton is showing interest in bringing a number of Saints employees to Denver with him. Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that Saints quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Ronald Curry will interview to become the Broncos offensive coordinator. Curry Go to news article

Older News Stories about Ronald Curry

Preseason games brings a big opportunity for Saints QB coach Ronald Curry (08/2022): Last week's preseason game brought a big opportunity for Saints QB coach/passing game coordinator Ronald Curry, who got to call plays for the first time in the NFL: Go to news article

Saints announce changes for 2022 coaching staff (02/2022): The Saints announced changes to Dennis Allen's coaching staff, including the promotion of Ronald Curry to passing game coordinator and the hire of two co-defensive coordinators: Go to news article