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2014 Topps Inception Football Rookie Autographs Gallery, Guide

2014 Topps Inception Football Rookie Autographs Gallery, Guide

2014 Topps Inception Football Rookie Autographs see the return of one of the most distinct looks in the hobby. They are also the first in-uniform Topps cards of the 2014 rookie class. If they stay true to past years, the cards should make for one of the more affordable on-card options of the season.

Shop for 2014 Topps Inception Rookie Autographs on eBay.

The set has a total of 40 cards.Base versions are not serial numbered, however, color-based parallels are numbered to 99 or less.

Highlights include the names you would expect. Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles and Jadeveon Clowney are among them. However, they also appear to be among the short prints. Judging by early eBay listings, a handful of players only have parallels and not base versions.

2014 Topps Inception Football boxes have two autographs. Rookie Autographs are among the most common.

Below you can check out the Rookie Autographs set. Although not confirmed, we've included a list of players we believe to be short prints below as well.

2014 Topps Inception Football Rookie Autographs Visual Guide

If you are looking for a particular cards, click on the link or image to shop and compare prices on eBay.

In the instances where images of base autographs were not available, we have included parallels.

2014 Topps Inception Football Rookie Autographs Short Prints

The following is a list of players we believe are short prints due to a lack of base versions. It is not confirmed. The numbers indicate the highest numbered parallel we had spotted when the list was originally compiled.

  • 1 Johnny Manziel #/50
  • 2 Teddy Bridgewater #/50
  • 3 Jadeveon Clowney #/50
  • 5 Derek Carr #/99
  • 6 Eric Ebron #/99
  • 7 Mike Evans #/99
  • 20 Blake Bortles #/50
  • 21 Sammy Watkins #/50
  • 31 Odell Beckham Jr. #/99 (redemption)
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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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