One of the more underrated vintage issues, the 1954 Bowman football set boasted some decent star power and a nice rookie crop.
Panini America’s Contenders Football returns in December with a bevy of new autographs from a deep 2015 NFL draft class.
A comprehensive guide to tabletop football games showcases more than 275 different games that have been marketed over the past century.
The cleats used by Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor in Super Bowl XXV are up for auction and we talk to the teammate who wound up with them that day.
A new attitude had come to Green Bay in the summer of 1959. Vince Lombardi and his staff were about to turn the Packers into a dynasty.
2015 Topps Museum Collection football will arrive at the tail end of the season, offering four hits per box.
In 1938, Don Hutson was bound and determined to make sure a Packers fan in Delaware got those autographs he wanted.
From Andrew Luck to Kyrie Irving, promo sets to autograph deals, Panini has been busy. We’ve got a look at what items are the hottest right now.
Keepr NFL Legends Series features cards with a USB connection that plugs into your computer and delivers video from the NFL Films Vault. Part of the proceeds go to charity.
It took a lot to overshadow the effort of Andrew Luck, but Tampa Bay’s running back phenom did it and Doug Martin rookie cards are ready to explode.
Hate what the NFL has done to itself? Stop buying their stuff.
A federal fraud case has collectors wondering what will become of NFL game jerseys.
The NFL’s first Wednesday night opener since the 1940s also produced a fresh football card star.
It’s been a strong start for 2012 Panini Prestige football according to Mike Fruitman, who has his finger on the pulse of the hobby shop.
Collectors of American sports cards–especially basketball–are a dedicated lot in the Land Down Under, chasing the same cards with a similar passion, despite a few hurdles.
A link to a look at NBA All-Star programs, which offer two things collectors like: potential for growth, worldwide appeal and an element of scarcity.
The NFL and its publisher continue the long-running series of game day publications for the Super Bowl… and we’ve got a look at the first 10 game programs too.
Over 100 footballs will be used in the Super Bowl game on February 5, and to protect against possible counterfeiting every one of them will be “tagged” with a specially-prepared synthetic DNA ink that leaves an invisible-to-the-naked-eye security mark.
Panini sponsors the card show and autograph session at the NFL Experience and they’re ready to hand out some newly minted football cards to those who attend.