Posted on May 21, 2011 – 5:14 pm | Author: chrisolds
Football | 2011 NFL PLAYERS Rookie Premiere, featured, football, football cards, nfl, Panini America, Topps | Comments (12)
By Chris Olds | BSCM Editor
We’ll have plenty more from this year’s NFL PLAYERS Rookie Premiere that’s winding down today in Los Angeles in the next issue of Beckett Football but we’re not going to make you wait that long.
Here’s a gallery of images from Beckett’s Jon Gold, who is at the event, as well as images released by Panini America and Topps, the official NFLPA card licensees, who are at the Premiere to get work done that will last throughout the football card season.
See plenty of images after the jump.
But before we get to the images, how about a little rap from Cam Newton caught on camera by Gold?
Click on the images for a closer look if needed.
Those inception cards look sick!!! It’s really to bad the cards look all beat up, quality control is definetly a miss when it comes to high end cards from all companies. I will just keep buying mid-range stuff until they figure out that high end should also include high end QUALITY also.
Where the heck is Cam?
Wow they seem to all be on card Autos. Very cool. The topps Inception stuff looks damaged already with all the white showing on the edges
Thats cool but if there aint a NFL season nobody will give a rats azz.
As always, Panini does an excellent job. The photoshopped Inception cards really look bad in my opinion, almost like SAGE’s early draft product this year. The blue sky backgound on the Topps RPAs looks bad as well. Score this one for Panini.
Where is Cam? He was too busy lip-syncing to sign….lol
how can you have rookie shoot and it’s a lockout? how did they get uniforms?
As a Pats fan I’m drooling over the Pen Pal Triple of Mallett, Vereen, and Ridley! I dig the Topps offerings, ESPECIALLY the Inception cards! They’re sick!
Love the trend of returning to on-card autos. Hopefully less redemptions and more in-pack pulls will happen as well.
How is there a 6 auto of the QBs in the draft and Cam is not on there? Does that seem weird to anyone else?
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