Topps loses NFL license

timfsu2k

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Wow, did not see that coming. Hard to believe they are out considering their history with the league.

Topps out
 

Dark_Angel

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*snickers*

What goes around comes around with these license agreements.

Although, sadly by doing this, they are slowly killing off a huge part of each sport's trading card fan base.
 

cadets68

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I only do Topps products. So no more Basketball or Football for me. It will give me more time and $ to go after older cards that I need for my sets.

I love chrome, so really not good news. But at least they still have Baseball, which to me is most important.

Business is business

Shawn
 

Taliasen

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I wish I could find my post, but I called this back when Donruss lost their MLB license.

I think my exact call was:

Topps = MLB
Donruss = NFL
UD = NHL

I admit I really did not see the whole Panini thing, but the rest of this I am not surprised about at all!

Tal
 

loftheb

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I'm surprised that the NFL was the last one to "trim the collecting tree" as they were so quick to grant Maddon the only official NFL video game license. I can't say as I like any moves to have monopolies on any sport, but what are we going to do? Next year is going to be interesting for baseball stuff.
-Casey
 

DaClyde

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Just waiting for the news to drop that Major League Lacrosse goes exclusive with Razor and Professional Bull Riders goes exclusive to SportKings.
 
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