Panini America Reviews Action-Packed First Days of the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere

LOS ANGELES — In a whirlwind first three days at the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere Presented By Panini America, one of the most important events on the collecting calendar every year has more than lived up to its sterling reputation, delivering a year’s worth of highlights — and seemingly an entire season’s worth of autograph cards — for Panini America. One by one, 40 of the biggest rookie superstars in the NFL have made their way through two spacious Panini America Player Suites to sign autographs, including on-card gems for 2016 Elite Football, 2016 Origins Football and more.

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LOS ANGELES — In a whirlwind first three days at the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere Presented By Panini America, one of the most important events on the collecting calendar every year has more than lived up to its sterling reputation, delivering a year’s worth of highlights — and seemingly an entire season’s worth of autograph cards — for Panini America. One by one, 40 of the biggest rookie superstars in the NFL have made their way through two spacious Panini America Player Suites to sign autographs, including on-card gems for 2016 Elite Football, 2016 Origins Football and more.

While we could sit here and wax poetic about the lasting memories created in the Panini America Player Suites during the last three days, we thought we’d let a gallery full of compelling photos from the first three days do the talking for us. Today, the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere Presented By Panini America will move to the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the main event. Stay tuned to the Panini America Instagram account, Facebook page and Twitter account — following the hashtags #RookiePremiere and #WhoDoYouCollect — for live coverage of all the action.

Until then, though, enjoy the gallery.

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12 Replies to “Panini America Reviews Action-Packed First Days of the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere”

  1. How come some guys get photoshopped jersey numbers but other guys get those tacky and unrealistic 00s on their jerseys?

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