The 2012 NFL Experience begins January 27 in Indianapolis. Among the highlights are free autograph sessions with more than 50 superstars.
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More than three decades after it was stolen, Art Donovan finally has his 1958 NFL Championship ring back.
Fox broadcasting partners Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long get a special two-pack from McFarlane next month. The company is also releasing a Green Bay Packers three-pack with Aaron Rodgers, Greg Jennings and Clay Matthews.
Although bidding didn’t quite reach early estimates, Ray Guy’s three auction rings still commanded huge amounts at auction.
Every NFL team is giving away 90 autographed jerseys to randomly selected fans as part of a league-wide preseason promotion.
Fuzzy Thurston’s Super Bowl II ring more than doubled early auction estimates, selling for more than $50,000.
Hundreds of footballs and helmets are being signed this weekend in Canton that will be auctioned by the NFL to raise money for charity.
Super Bowl champion Ray Guy recently declared bankruptcy and as part of the settlement is auctioning off his three Raiders Super Bowl rings. This unique football memorabilia is expected to command a price tag of as much as $90,000.
Highlights from Heritage Auctions’ weekly sports memorabilia sale include a team-signed 1966 Packers ball and cover art from “The Ring” of Muhammad Ali.
Panini has revealed details on some of the many items they’ll be giving away at the 2011 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago. Also, Leaf has updated details on how their VIP cards will be handed out.
Steve McMichael and Keith Van Horne are among the former Bears signing autographs at the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago July 17 and 18. Other Bears-themed family activities are scheduled for the event as well.
Drama continues to surround Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys. Collectors’ Showcase of America is accusing the receiver of not showing up for an autograph appearance last month in New Jersey.
OSU announces a series of self-imposed penalties stemming from the scandal involving Terrelle Pryor and other football players accepting money and services in exchange for autographs and memorabilia.
Fuzzy Thurston must auction his Super Bowl II ring, along with other memorabilia, to pay taxes owed to the government.
Although Tampa Bay is not synonymous with successful sports towns like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles or Boston, the Bay has experienced many sports events and teams worth celebrating. The Tampa Bay History Center aims to honor their local teams starting this weekend when they put almost eight decades worth of items on display. The […]
Ed Bagdon’s 1949 Outland Trophy sold for $8,652 (including buyer’s premium) in auction this week. The Outland Trophy is the yearly award given to the nation’s best college football interior lineman by the Football Writers Association of America. The award was first given in 1946 as a plaque and in 1990, the award was changed […]
Controversy continues to follow Terrelle Pryor and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Yesterday Pryor announced that he would not play his senior season for the Buckeyes. The scandal surrounding Pryor and several teammates was responsible for Coach Jim Tressel’s pressure-fueled resignation, player suspensions and increased scrutiny from the NCAA. Now, more allegations have surfaced stating Pryor […]
Philadelphia Eagles’ starting running back LeSean McCoy is in more legal trouble after not participating in an agreed autograph signing despite being paid in advance. McCoy initially appeared at the event in the Sports Scene memorabilia store, but quickly left once he saw federal agents in the store. The store was being raided by law […]