Posted on March 24, 2010 – 11:40 am | Author: chrisolds
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We all know that Tim Tebow is the Chuck Norris of football — the player who did no wrong and did it all mythically well (well, unless playing Alabama last year) with his loyal followings of fans and media members behind him.
And that means that Norris, err Tebow, won’t be constrained by the limits of a football card when signing inscriptions, either. He won’t be limited to just one.
We’ve gotten a sneak peek at some of the always popular inscriptions autographs to come in 2010 Press Pass Football – where Tebow is an exclusive signee for draft picks products — and couldn’t help but notice that the former Gator didn’t just sign one popular phrase. (And unlike many other players, he signed his name as well as the phrase.)
Will these cards be more popular than his initial autographs from other companies when Tebow starts showing up in NFL sets? Perhaps — but Press Pass will have the edge because of the exclusive deal and the fact that they’ll be out first as they arrive in hobby shops next week.
Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.
See a small gallery of inscriptions autographs after the jump.
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