Topps was left off the NFL’s trading card partner list for awhile last year, but once the red light turned back to green, the company proved itself ready to crank up the presses.
The season isn’t over–and neither are the 2010 football card products. More are scheduled to be released in the coming weeks.
Not every product we saw in 2009 returned for another go round, though.
Topps jettisoned some concepts, which had to have frustrated collectors who like the loyalty of a certain brand. However, there were others to take their place.
Paul Angilly hashes over what happened in Topps football products–and what’s still to come—in the Bristol Press.