The New England Patriots are putting some of their game-used memorabilia from Super Bowl XLIX on display at the Hall at Patriot Place, including Tom Brady’s jersey.
The game-winning drive was Brady’s ninth in the postseason, an NFL record, including his fourth in the Super Bowl.
Among the other items on display are the jersey James White wore when he scored the game-winning rushing touchdown in overtime. White’s performance set Super Bowl records for most points scored in a game (20) and most receptions in a game (14). The football used on White’s game-winning run is also on display as well as coach Bill Belichick’s headset.Belichick is the first head coach in NFL history to win five Super Bowls.
The Hall is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for seniors.
Topps recently sent a set of nine autographed ‘Platinum’ cards to the best customers of their 2016 NOW program.
The cards, featuring Mike Trout, Kris Bryant, Clayton Kershaw and several other young stars, were serial numbered to 25, which would indicate only 25 collectors/dealers received the unexpected bonus.
One complete set was listed on eBay late last week for $25,000 while singles were being offered for $3,000 and up.
Topps is planning a loyalty rewards program for NOW as the program’s second season gets underway with full details expected shortly.
Upper Deck’s Jason Masherah talked with Yahoo Canada about the company’s new Grandeur hockey coins. A few takeaways:
- The coins are licensed by the NHLPA, but not the NHL
- They’re legal tender in the Cook Islands
- Some well-known players didn’t want to be on a coin if they weren’t a Hall of Famer
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There’s a PSA 7 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card listed on eBay. Click here to check out the bidding.
The last one sold for $34,300.