Panini Gold Standard Football will include diamonds and gold for a few lucky pack busters, but sticker autographs are there, too.
The league goes the autographed jersey route to say ‘thanks for your patience’ and if you’re in an NFL stadium you’ve got a chance to get one.
At a hotel in Canton, Ohio are hundreds of shiny new items–all waiting for autographs from Hall of Famers attending the induction ceremony as the NFL tries to raise money for former players and other charities.
Panini has hired a former Upper Deck project manager to take over its NBA and NHL product development.
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.
Those who purchase a VIP or Super VIP badge at this year’s National will see some exclusive Panini cards in their bags, including…Terrelle Pryor?
Schilling talks auction, the Cooperstown guest list for autograph hounds and a look at one of the hobby’s hottest niches.
Lou Groza’s son stops by the Antiques Roadshow to get an appraisal on some inherited items from the Hall of Famer’s career.
Topps previews its factory hobby football set while Upper Deck has plans for the NHL entry draft.
Topps will crank out yet another new mid-range football product in October.
What’s all the fuss about the photo shoot…NSCC show signing schedule…and Busted Coverage wants you to know they put their pants on one leg at a time just like you but they own Cam Newton’s title trousers.
Looking for a vintage football card set that won’t crush your budget? This might be the one.
Two of the big name offensive stars from this year’s NFL draft class have signed on for 2011 Topps football products.
Panini will gather what it needs for upcoming football cards at this year’s 2011 NFL Draft events.
Before even the Green Bay Packers existed, there was pro football. The first season of what would become the NFL included a championship trophy. But where is it?
We tackle the 2011 SAGE High Series football cards to get a look at more cards of this year’s draftees.
A group of retired NFL players is again going after the NFL Players Association, claiming they’re owed millions over the use of their image on cards, video games and other items.
A post-break video offers a look at SAGE’s first football card effort of the new year.
Topps will trot out its Finest Football product about three weeks before the season is scheduled to start.