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Exclusive: 2010 Playoff Contenders Football Rookie Ticket Quantities Revealed!

March 4, 2011

One of the most asked questions these days among passionate football folks has nothing at all to do with the NFL’s expiring CBA, Cam Newton’s 40 time or whether or not the Green Bay Packers have what it takes to repeat. No, the most prolific query making the rounds is something much more collecting focused.

“When will Panini America release short-print quantities for 2010 Playoff Contenders Football?” I’m glad you asked.

On Monday, we began slowly revealing answers with the list of SPs from the product’s Legendary Contenders Black Autographs insert. We followed that up Wednesday with the skinny on short prints found within Contenders’ captivating Super Bowl Tickets Black Autographs

But we’ve saved the most anticipated revealation for today, for right now. Finally, after three weeks of wild speculation and even wilder eBay bidding trends, we present to you, for the first time anywhere, print run numbers for the highly coveted Rookie Ticket Autographed Rookie Cards.

Clearly, you’ve waited long enough. What follows is the complete list of Rookie Ticket SPs with quantities of 500 or less. This list, it should noted, was tucked away in the Panini America vault alongside the product’s pioneering Golden Tickets.

# Player Name Team Name QTY
103 Anthony Dixon San Francisco 49ers 360
106 Blair White Indianapolis Colts 75
107 Brandon Banks Washington Redskins 500
108 Brandon Graham Philadelphia Eagles 306
109 Brandon Spikes New England Patriots 500
113 Carlton Mitchell Cleveland Browns 496
115 Chris Ivory New Orleans Saints 500
116 Chris McGaha Jacksonville Jaguars 441
119 Dan LeFevour Cincinnati Bengals 455
121 Danario Alexander St. Louis Rams 300
123 David Nelson Buffalo Bills 500
126 Dennis Pitta Baltimore Ravens 500
129 Dezmon Briscoe Tampa Bay Buccaneers 495
130 Dominique Curry St. Louis Rams 190
137 Ed Wang Buffalo Bills 500
147 Jeremy Horne Kansas City Chiefs 500
148 Jeremy Williams Philadelphia Eagles 194
151 Jimmy Graham New Orleans Saints 358
156 Joique Bell Philadelphia Eagles 161
157 Kareem Jackson Houston Texans 500
158 Keiland Williams Washington Redskins 500
161 Koa Misi Miami Dolphins 190
162 Kyle Williams San Francisco 49ers 436
164 Lamarr Houston Oakland Raiders 500
165 LeGarrette Blount Tampa Bay Buccaneers 287
166 Lonyae Miller Dallas Cowboys 412
168 Marlon Moore Miami Dolphins 500
169 Max Hall Arizona Cardinals 401
170 Max Komar Arizona Cardinals 500
179 Preston Parker Tampa Bay Buccaneers 190
183 Russell Okung Seattle Seahawks 174
184 Rusty Smith Tennessee Titans 190
188 Chris Gronkowski Dallas Cowboys 500
189 Seyi Ajirotutu San Diego Chargers 384
192 T.J. Ward Cleveland Browns 500
194 Thaddeus Lewis St. Louis Rams 190
197 Trent Williams Washington Redskins 500
198 Tyson Alualu Jacksonville Jaguars 190
200 Zac Robinson Detroit Lions 340
201 Andre Roberts Arizona Cardinals 498
201 Andre Roberts Arizona Cardinals 498
203 Arrelious Benn Tampa Bay Buccaneers 285
203 Arrelious Benn Tampa Bay Buccaneers 285
205 Brandon LaFell Carolina Panthers 312
205 Brandon LaFell Carolina Panthers 312
206 C.J. Spiller Buffalo Bills 372
206 C.J. Spiller Buffalo Bills 372
207 Colt McCoy Cleveland Browns 394
207 Colt McCoy Cleveland Browns 394
208 Damian Williams Tennessee Titans 412
208 Damian Williams Tennessee Titans 412
211 Dez Bryant Dallas Cowboys 360
211 Dez Bryant Dallas Cowboys 360
213 Eric Berry Kansas City Chiefs 97
213 Eric Berry Kansas City Chiefs 97
214 Eric Decker Denver Broncos 492
214 Eric Decker Denver Broncos 492
215 Gerald McCoy Tampa Bay Buccaneers 82
215 Gerald McCoy Tampa Bay Buccaneers 82
218 Jermaine Gresham Cincinnati Bengals 500
218 Jermaine Gresham Cincinnati Bengals 500
219 Jimmy Clausen Carolina Panthers 403
219 Jimmy Clausen Carolina Panthers 403
220 Joe McKnight New York Jets 392
220 Joe McKnight New York Jets 392
221 Jonathan Dwyer Pittsburgh Steelers 439
221 Jonathan Dwyer Pittsburgh Steelers 439
222 Jordan Shipley Cincinnati Bengals 499
222 Jordan Shipley Cincinnati Bengals 499
226 Mike Williams Tampa Bay Buccaneers 391
226 Mike Williams Tampa Bay Buccaneers 391
228 Ndamukong Suh Detroit Lions 326
228 Ndamukong Suh Detroit Lions 326
229 Rob Gronkowski New England Patriots 499
229 Rob Gronkowski New England Patriots 499
230 Rolando McClain Oakland Raiders 378
230 Rolando McClain Oakland Raiders 378
231 Ryan Mathews San Diego Chargers 300
231 Ryan Mathews San Diego Chargers 300
232 Sam Bradford St. Louis Rams 377
232 Sam Bradford St. Louis Rams 377
234 Tim Tebow Denver Broncos 400
234 Tim Tebow Denver Broncos 400
235 Toby Gerhart Minnesota Vikings 495
235 Toby Gerhart Minnesota Vikings 495
41 Comments leave one →
  1. Brendan permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:05 am

    Where’s Carlos Dunlap?

  2. Melissa permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:12 am

    Maybe the list shouldn’t have been revealed? Only three cards with less than 100 produced? The value on all my cards just dropped and they weren’t that high BEFORE the list came out!

  3. March 4, 2011 10:16 am

    How about the quantities of the Tim Tebow with “GB2″ or “Go Broncos”?

  4. Nate Baker permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:20 am

    Are you going to release any information about the different Tim Tebow Inscriptions? Also for the variation cards does does that mean as an example for Tim Tebow there are 400 regular rookies and 400 variations or 400 total for the 2 cards combined?

    Thanks

  5. reverend permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:37 am

    really surprised by the miller but figured there could not be that many <100 tickets

  6. Terry permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:38 am

    Wow, no really Super SP’s. That’s surprising.

  7. chris adams permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:46 am

    tracey when is panini going to list the dunruss rated rookie nfl sets on the drop down menus so i can make tickets out on the damaged autos i have to get replaced. Its been a while now.

    thanks chris

  8. March 4, 2011 10:50 am

    Looks like the big winner here is Legarrette Blount owners. The guy has very few rookie autos and rookie cards in general. And really nothing high end except for the Contenders auto that’s listed at 287 made. Not bad for a rookie who rushed for a ton of yards in just a part of a season.

  9. Brian Schumacher permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:58 am

    It figures that the one guy I want, Blair White (MSU Alum), is the most short printed of the entire group. Guess I will have to wait a few years when the prices drop a little bit.

    • March 4, 2011 3:14 pm

      Why on earth does Contenders have Blair White autos in the set when I’ve had a redemption in for the last 3 months now on a Classics Blair White auto? If he’s sending autos back for a product released in February, what is the hold up on his autos for products released 5 months ago?

  10. Joe permalink
    March 4, 2011 10:58 am

    Ouch….all those people who spent crazy cash on Dunflop

  11. March 4, 2011 11:28 am

    Yes…i still have my eric berry!!

  12. Aaron Overman permalink
    March 4, 2011 11:57 am

    Is there confirmed quantities on the Tim Tebow inscriptions?
    GB2 specifically

    • March 4, 2011 12:16 pm

      Working on the Tebow inscriptions quantities now.

      • March 4, 2011 7:10 pm

        I have a Tim Tebow “Go Broncos”. I have only seen 2 sold on Ebay. What is the Print run for this inscription?

      • Aaron Overman permalink
        March 6, 2011 8:09 pm

        Wheneill these totals be listed?
        Also, when will the rookie ink print runs be listed?

      • March 11, 2011 1:10 pm

        Is panini going to release the inscriptions quantities for Aaron Hernadez, I have seen “Chico” and “Chico Suave”.

      • March 11, 2011 1:15 pm

        Let me see if I can get that list from product development.

      • March 24, 2011 2:36 pm

        Anyword on the inscriptions quantities for Aaron Hernadez, I have seen “Chico”, “Chico Suave and now ” Go Pats”

  13. Marcus Swanson permalink
    March 4, 2011 11:58 am

    Andrew Quarless is not a short print?

  14. March 4, 2011 11:58 am

    This list doesn’t seem to reflect early ebay sample sizes and prices. Interesting.

  15. Scott Spehn permalink
    March 4, 2011 12:03 pm

    Tracy, are there variations for the redemption’s of #221 Dwyer and #226 Williams??

  16. March 4, 2011 1:47 pm

    Can you tell us the quantities of the cards that have 500 or more?

  17. David Gonzalez permalink
    March 4, 2011 5:52 pm

    is Sergio Kindle an SP?

  18. Clyde permalink
    March 5, 2011 6:58 pm

    You show Danario Alexander as card #121 when he is actually card #130. You have Dominique Curry as card #130 when he is actually card #121. So is Alexander print run to 190 or is Curry?

  19. isaac permalink
    March 7, 2011 12:59 pm

    none are really sp only the blair white, most have 500 and up.

  20. March 28, 2011 3:20 pm

    Tracy please do not forget about this, Anyword on the inscriptions quantities for Aaron Hernadez, I have seen “Chico”, “Chico Suave” and now ” Go Pats”.

    • March 28, 2011 4:03 pm

      OK, I just confirmed with our product development folks that Hernandez signed five each of those variations for Contenders. Hope this helps. Sorry for the delay.

  21. April 13, 2011 4:42 am

    I have 5 redemption ,all playoff contenders 2010 have not seen any update of them being sent out to the masses, to the customers.3 of my 5 are in the short print list,of the 500 of say spikes#109 how many would be put aside for redemption purposes and how many would be placed on the shelves for sale.Also why is the card in Beckett stating it is an exchange.

    • April 22, 2011 12:15 am

      Hey Robert, the card is in Beckett as an Exchange because it is a redemption. That’s Beckett telling you that card needs to be redeemed.

      If the card is a redemption, it means that the player has not signed the cards and sent them back to Panini yet, and so when it came time to package the cards, they didn’t have them, so they were forced to put a redemption card in the packs. Then whenever the player finally sends their autos back to Panini, Panini starts fulfilling the redemption cards. It isn’t a situation where half the cards go to the shelves and half are held back for redemption.

      What it means is that Spikes hasn’t signed his cards yet. When he does, Panini will immediately send it out. If he doesn’t within your selected time frame, Panini will send you a similar card if you want.

      • April 22, 2011 1:41 am

        I couldn’t have said it better myself, Paul. Thanks for the assist.

      • robert g permalink
        April 25, 2011 9:04 am

        Paul thanks for the information,I know nothing of the process,I’m new to the hobby .

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