Amidst uncertain times, Chris Spielman is stepping up to help.
The Buckeye legend has decided to auction off a portion of his own personal gear and memorabilia collection with "every penny" going towards those who have been burdened by COVID-19.
This also means you have the rare opportunity to claim an extremely unique item while doing your part to help during this crisis.
This stuff means a lot to me but its purpose is to help others : I have memories I dont need the memorabilia if it is destined to serve a greater good What u give will grow, what u keep u lose— Chris Spielman (@chris_spielman) April 1, 2020
The first items Spielman has listed for auction are a signed, game-worn Buffalo Bills jersey, his personal 1994 All-Madden Team leather jacket, and his personal 1984 Ohio State Big Ten Championship ring.
Something very unique coming up on our auction to raise money for effected by the virus.. Here is a hint pic.twitter.com/D6lb5WPSokChris Spielman (@chris_spielman) April 1, 2020
2 othe views.. pic.twitter.com/BE6LJLZmkLChris Spielman (@chris_spielman) April 1, 2020
The bidding for the Big Ten Championship ring eclipsed $1,000 within four hours of the listing, with the bidding ending on Saturday morning.
Spielman has hinted that he will be adding more items to his eBay page in the near future, so stay tuned.