Congratulations to This Year’s Kid Reporter Winner: Jayce Choi

Panini's Kid Reporter contest received nearly 300,000 entries this year. Of all of those, there was only one lucky winner. Congratulations to Jayce Choi, a 9-year-old from Irvine, Calif., who won from a pack of 2023 Prestige NFL Trading Cards from Walmart. The young card collector will attend Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas, where'll he be somewhat conflicted. Yes,…

With Just One Entry, 12-Year-Old Virginia Collector Caleb Byrne Wins 2020 Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter Grand Prize

When Caleb Byrne first uncovered his Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter contest-entry card in a box of Panini America NFL trading cards be bought over the summer at Target, the 12-year-old Virginian had zero interest in actually entering the code on it. But at the urging of Jack, his persistent, persuasive younger brother, Caleb finally relented and entered the code…

Watch: Panini America Super Bowl LIV Kid Reporter Jack Briody Grills the Chiefs and 49ers

MIAMI — Little Jack Briody, a third-grader from Rockville Centre, N.Y., experienced fantasy football come to life Monday during Super Bowl LIV Opening Night festivities inside Marlins Park. As the newest Panini America Super Bowl Kid Reporter, the card-collecting, sports-loving 8-year-old made the rounds on Monday alongside Super Bowl-winning wingman Trent Dilfer, interviewing the biggest superstars from the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. The interactions, as…

New York Third-Grader Earns Dream Trip to Miami as Grand Prize Winner in Panini America’s Super Bowl LIV Kid Reporter Contest

When the phone rang in the Briody household Monday morning, 8-year-old Jack couldn’t possibly have known the call was for him. Or that the person on the other end of the line was a Super Bowl-winning quarterback. Or that the ring-wearing passer had some monumental news to share. So, you can imagine Jack’s surprise when mom Jeanne handed him the…

Super Bowl Break: Busting Limited with Kid Reporter, Bradley Chubb, Ito Smith, More

The fact that last week's release of 2018 Limited Football happened to coincide with the majestic madness of Super Bowl LIII week provided for ample opportunities to break boxes of the new product with the likes of NFL rookies Bradley Chubb of the Denver Broncos, Ito Smith of the Atlanta Falcons and Panini Super Bowl Kid Reporter Corbin Boehm. The hits, like…