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First Look: 2010 Panini Gridiron Gear Football by Tracy Hackler

Panini America officials on Monday released preliminary product information and images for 2010 Panini Gridiron Gear Football, a product that arrives in early December carrying a $6 pack SRP and slated to deliver two autographs, two memorabilia cards, 18 rookies and nine additional insert or parallel cards per 18-pack box.

The two autograph cards per box will be numbered to 330 or less.

2010 Gridiron Gear will mark the sixth consecutive installment of the product known in recent years for picking up the pioneering Rookie Hidden Gems Autographs pull-out swatch concept that first appeared in 2001 Playoff Honors. The idea is still coveted all these years later. The product also includes the tried-and-true Plates and Patches prime-patch jersey insert (numbered to 100 or less), NFL Gridiron Signatures featuring “on-field” autographs of retired and current NFL stars (numbered to 50 or less).

And perhaps it’s just my blatant Tim Tebow bias on display, but that Rookie Orientation design is quite attractive — you know, as far as card aesthetics go.

Stay tuned to Beckett.com for additional information on 2010 Panini Gridiron Gear.

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Insert my usual whining about Panini products here. Anyone else sick of me?

Comment by Gellman

Sorry but this is exactly the same as last year, and exactly the same as the year before, and almost exactly the same as almost everything else they release.

What do we have to do to get some different looking cards from them?

Comment by wcbraun




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