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Panini already readying draft picks’ first NFL cards by Chris Olds

The second round of the NFL Draft hasn’t even begun, but Panini America already has the first NFL cards of at least three rookies signed and printed for an upcoming set.

Panini teased on Friday afternoon three on-card autographs — the Rams’ Sam Bradford, the Cowboys’ Dez Bryant and the Bills’ C.J. Spiller — that will be found in 2010 Prestige inside packs of the $4-a-pack product when it arrives on May 13.

Prestige will include four autograph or memorabilia cards per box — one autograph guaranteed — and it will include the first cards noting players’ new teams.

Prestige will include 24 Rookie Cards per box as well as three Extra Points parallels and a dozen inserts. Each case will include one autographed card from the following players: Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Drew Brees, Jimmy Clausen, Bradford, Colt McCoy, Tim Tebow, Spiller,  Bryant, Jahvid Best and Jonathan Dwyer.

See all three cards 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.

RELEASE DATE: MAY 13, 2010
CONFIGURATION: 8 CARDS, 24 PACKS, 12 BOXES
HOBBY PACK SRP: $4.00

HIGHLIGHTS:
The FIRST official NFL rookies from the class of 2010 complete with autographed versions to 299 or less.

NFL Draft Class NFL Shield Logo featuring a trapped, autographed, embroidered 2010 NFL Shield Logo patch numbered to 10 or less.

Collegiate lettermen featuring an autograph within a letter of a top rookie’s last name from the Class of 2010.

Look for FOUR Memorabilia or Autograph Cards (with at least one autograph), 24 Rookies, 2 Extra Points Gold, 1 Extra Points Red, 3 Draft Picks Light Blue, 1 Stars of the NFL, 1 Connections, 1 league Leaders, 1 TD Sensations, 1 NFL Draft, 4 Others (on average)

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