(WXYZ) -- The Pro Football Hall of Fame revealed a new display Thursday featuring a visor and shirt worn by Detroit Lions wide receivers coach Robert Prince during his game as the team's acting head coach.
Prince stepped in for interim head coach Darrell Bevell for Detroit's Week 16 game against Tampa Bay due to COVID-19 protocols -- becoming the first NFL coach to do so.
Now on display at the Hall: The game-worn visor and polo shirt of @Lions WRs coach Robert Prince.— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) January 7, 2021
Prince became the first person to assume the role as interim head coach due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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