Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney wore this white Colts helmet during the 2005 NFL season. The former Syracuse lineman recorded 11 sacks, 12 TFL, and six forced fumbles in 2005 as Freeney made his second consecutive First Team All-Pro squad. The 14-2 Colts won the AFC South Division and had the NFL’s second-ranked defense in 2005, largely due to the success of Freeney, Robert Mathis, and Raheem Brock, with the three lineman combining for 29 sacks on the year. This offered Colts helmet is white, with a blue stripe bisecting the crown. Blue Colts logos are applied to both sides of the helmet and the facemask is gray. Please note that the chinstrap does not come with this helmet. This helmet comes with LOAs from PMG and RGU.