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First look: 2010 Upper Deck football cards by Chris Olds

Upper Deck released the basic preview images and set information for its 2010 Upper Deck football cards on Tuesday, a 400-card release that offers up its first glimpse at the company’s AFL/NFL Legacy insert set.

It’s set for release on Aug. 10, with a stout lineup of inserts, autographs and memorabilia cards that includes UD Signature Stars, Same Day Signatures, AFL/NFL Legacy Autographs, Rookie Review Jerseys, UD Game Patches and AFL/NFL Legacy Memorabilia.

Among the standard insert sets are Mort Report, Todd McShay Scouting Report, Now Appearing, Decade in Review, Regular Cards parallels and Star Rookies parallels as well as the AFL/NFL Legacy set, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of the AFL-NFL merger.

The standard set will consist of 300 veterans and 100 Star Rookie, while the box configuration will be 24 packs of 14 cards. Blaster boxes will include nine packs and a five-card AFL/NFL Legacy bonus pack, while Fat Packs will include 28 cards.

See more from the set after the jump …

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

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Cards look nice. You cannot lose with upperdeck.

Comment by Deron in Decatur, Ga.

When the hell is the release date???

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