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    2000 Upper Deck SP Authentic Football Unopened Hobby Box - Tom Brady Rookie Year! Offered is a factory sealed box of 2000 Upper Deck SP Authentic football. The box presents nicely and still houses 24 unopened and untampered packs, each containing 5 cards that could include the rookie cards of sure-shot HoFers Tom Brady and Brian Urlacher. There is also the possibility of finding the rookie cards of Chad Pennington, Jamal Lewis, Jake Delhomme, Plaxico Burress and Shaun Alexander. You may also find a numbered "Future Watch Rookies," "Sign of the Times," or a "Jersey Greats" autograph including Joe Namath. Upper Deck cellophane remains completely intact.

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    December, 2019
    15th Sunday
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