Upper Deck has signed an exclusive autograph deal with Jacksonville Jaguars’ receiver Allen Robinson.
The company will offer signed Robinson home and away jerseys, autographed footballs and autographed helmets and has created a line of autographed photos.
The announcement comes just days after the Jaguars’ second year receiver’s two-touchdown effort against the Miami Dolphins.
At Penn State, Robinson set school records in single-season receptions and receiving yards. He also holds the title for the second-most overall receptions in school history.
The story of the New Mexico attorney who wants every Tim Wallach card ever printed is getting a lot of media attention. Now, the Albuquerque Journal has picked up on Corey Stackhouse’s quest and also posted a few photos with its story.
A 21-year-old Maine collector is also on a mission. He collects game-worn jerseys for the Portland Sea Dogs, AA affiliate of the Red Sox. Joe Morrill has a boatload of them including some worn by current big league stars who made their way up the big league ladder according to this story in the Portland Press Herald.
Topps Heritage High Number Baseball is the next new product to hit the market, due out on Friday. Some boxes are already in circulation, however. After being issued in boxed set form for a few years, HHN has returned to pack form. Boxes are priced at $65-75. Click here to see what’s been listed on eBay.
Topps Finest Football was due out next week but the release date has been delayed by a month. It’s now scheduled to arrive Wednesday, October 28. As long as it means fewer autograph redemption cards, most collectors aren’t likely to be too upset.
Topps’ UFC Champions product is also being delayed until October 21.