The greatest punter of all time earned three Super Bowl rings, but financial problems could mean someone else will soon own them.
Perseverance paid off for Panini as future Hall of Famer Charles Woodson finally agrees to sign cards for the company’s products.
One of the Green Bay Packers’ most beloved players is in a battle with the IRS, and now his Super Bowl I ring will go on the auction block to settle what the government says is a $1.7 million debt.
Topps previews its factory hobby football set while Upper Deck has plans for the NHL entry draft.
A big renovation is underway at one of the world’s most famous arenas…but if you want a momento, you’ll have to pay.
The Uni Watch blog detours into the fascinating arena of rare and valuable title bling.
A UCLA coach’s jacket worn by the late John Wooden joins some legendary NBA Hall of Famer jerseys and a Super Bowl I ring in Grey Flannel Auctions’ catalog sale.
One of the first Super Bowl player’s trophies to be awarded is on the auction block…one that belonged to a bigger than life character.
A 10-year-old kid’s gift to the Fridge got some mainstream media attention over the weekend, but one important detail might be missing.
John Kuhn is now signing autographs just a few years after he was getting them.
Gathering autographed helmets is just part of the fun for this collector.
What’s the market like in the wake of Green Bay’s 13th NFL championship–and Aaron Rodgers’ first?
Aaron Rodgers will get a special Super Bowl champs eTopps card while a new team set featuring the Super Bowl logo heads for the presses.
They’re champs again, but this auction is a throwback to the Lombardi dynasty.
A Pittsburgh Steelers fan REALLY wanted a hand-painted linen banner that symbolized the team’s defensive juggernaut of the 70s.
The big game awaits.
A visit to the memorabilia road show in Dallas.
PSA/DNA is again authenticating dozens of game balls to be used in the Super Bowl.
You never know what’s going to walk through the door at a sports memorabilia appraisal fair.
Topps will pass out some NFL exclusive cards to those who attend the NFL Experience in Dallas.
A small portion of the Auburn end zone from the BCS Championship Game was removed and cut into 3” x 3” squares that you can now hang on your wall or put on your desk. Ants not included.