Parallels come in multiple levels, numbered as low as one-of-one.
Veterans and retired players also have autographs in the product.
By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor With a couple of college-centered draft products coming before it, 2017 Score Football kicks off the new NFL card season as far as packs and boxes go.
The long-standing brand returns with another big checklist and a hobby configuration that emphasizes jumbo packs.
And in case that weren’t enough, there are variations, with the own parallels as well. Whether it’s a Rookie Ticket Autograph or something else, there’s at least one on-card autograph per hobby box from a Rookie Premiere participant. 2016 Panini Contenders Football has several autographed insert sets.
Houston Texans linebacker Brennan Scarlett (57) runs a drill with outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus (59) during training camp at the Greenbrier on Thursday, Aug. Hobby boxes come with four autographs plus a bunch of inserts and Rookie Cards.The 2017 Score Football base set is one of the largest of the season. On top of that are 110 Rookie Cards, the first NFL cards of the 2017 draft class included in packs (select players had cards in the online-exclusive, print-on-demand 2017 Panini Instant Football beforehand). Slated to release the same time as the 2017 NFL Draft, first-year players will be pictured in their college uniforms. Retail and blaster packs have some exclusive parallels of their own. Retail packs and boxes are the lone place to pull Green parallels.The Texas Tribune obtained this information under the Texas Public Information Act.This database presents information as the entities provide it, with the exception of aggregations and visualizations created by the Tribune.