Topps Touts 2011 Topps Football

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By Andrew Tolentino | Assistant Editor

Topps just revealed detailed information on its foundational football set for next season — 2011 Topps Football.

Not trailing far behind the release of other early-season gridiron lines — including the company’s May unveiling of 2011 Topps Rising Rookies — 2011 Topps Football is scheduled to arrive late this summer with familiar bells, whistles and a few new attractions.

Beyond the 440-card base set, largely defined by veterans and sought-after one-per-pack Rookie Cards, the set will include limited parallels, sketch cards, Ring of Honor inserts (featuring Aaron Rodgers) and Rookie Premiere autographs. New to the set are full-color 1950 Bowman cards, team-themed Faces of the Franchise cards, rivalry-based Game Day cards, Super Bowl MVP-honoring Super Bowl Legends cards and other newfangled rookie-centric exclusives including In Name Rookie Letter Patch and on-patch rookie autographs.

The early look at stated product odds reveals one autographed or Relic card per hobby box and two autographed cards and one Relic per Jumbo box.

Stay tuned to Beckett.com for more details about the upcoming release of 2011 Topps Football.

Even if there’s no football next season, we’ll be here to celebrate the game and the rookie crop on cardboard.

4 Comments

  1. Chris Houser
    Posted Wednesday March 16th, 2011 at 07:44 PM | Permalink

    Isn’t the Ring of honor set from 2009 Topps Baseball

  2. chrisolds
    Posted Wednesday March 16th, 2011 at 07:51 PM | Permalink

    Ring of Honor has been an ongoing set in football and baseball for a while now. Longer than that.

  3. Thomas Capps
    Posted Thursday March 17th, 2011 at 07:36 AM | Permalink

    I hope the Emmitt is from the Supeer Bowl or it will be just another White “One Color” jersey card.Im sure there are a few in 5 Star

  4. XBA325
    Posted Thursday March 17th, 2011 at 06:36 PM | Permalink

    I am not a fan of using the same layout as the baseball. I loved 2009 Topps Football because the layout was original.

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