Filed under: Beckett Media, NFL, Panini, Topps | Tags: 2010 Panini Threads Football, 2010 Topps football, New Orleans Saints, NFL Trading Cards, Sean Canfield
The New Orleans Saints parted ways with Oregon State rookie quarterback Sean Canfield earlier this week, cutting the seventh-round pick on Tuesday in the name of readying the final 53-man roster.
Canfield, it should be noted, finished his first career NFL training camp with three carries, minus-3 yards rushing and 135 different trading cards. In fact, it is Canfield’s two most recent releases – Rookie Cards in 2010 Topps and 2010 Panini Threads – that got us into a poll frame of mind.
Apparently, the 239th player taken in the 2010 NFL Draft was a mandatory checklist inclusion deep into the summer. How else to explain Topps giving Canfield a suspect airbrush job (he’s wearing a faux Saints uniform while throwing an Oregon State football) and Panini America settling for a backpacking-in-the-parking-lot picture?
So, we wanted to know what fellow football collectors thought about that.
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