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Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Money to help Sickle Cell charity

Associated Press

PITTSBURGH -- The gloves worn by Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes when he caught the game-winning touchdown pass in Super Bowl XLIII have grabbed $70,200 for charity.
SB XLIII Can't-Miss Play: Santonio seals the deal Video

Santonio Holmes keeps his feet in bounds and hauls in the game-winner in SB XLIII.

Holmes auctioned the Reebok gloves for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America Inc. Holmes's 6-year-old son, Santonio III, has the blood disease.

Bidding for the gloves nearly doubled in the final hour of the auction, which ended Sunday night. A total of 163 bids were placed.