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Recent Super Bowl Champion Reggie Ragland will have a meet/greet and autograph session at the Furniture Factory located on Meridian Street in Huntsville on Saturday, March 7. Photo- Kansas City Chiefs

Super Bowl Champ To Sign Autographs- Reggie Ragland To Host Meet/Greet

HUNTSVILLE- Recent Super Bowl champion Reggie Ragland will host an autograph session and meet/greet at the Furniture Factory in Huntsville on Saturday, March 7 from noon-2:00 p.m.

Ragland, starting linebacker for the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs, had two tackles, including one solo, to help the Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl 54. The Chiefs trailed the Niners 20-10 after three quarters, but scored 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to secure the NFL Championship.

The former Bob Jones High All-State player and member of the Alabama Crimson Tide National Championship team will host the family-friendly event for fans of all ages. Tickets to the event are $30 and will include an autograph of your choice of your own memorabilia along with a photo taken with the Super Bowl champ. An additional inscription cost of $15 will be for those autographs personalized.

Products from both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Alabama Crimson Tide will be available for purchase and a complete food menu will be open. Door prizes will also be given away for this hometown touch meeting with Madison’s first Super Bowl champion.

Ragland played at Bob Jones before being named an All-American for his play at Alabama.

Full details on the special event are available on the Furniture Factory Facebook page. The longtime establishment is located at 619 Meridian Street in downtown Huntsville.

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