Buzz Break: 2017 Panini Prestige football cards (blaster box)

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The box: 2017 Panini Prestige NFL cards (blaster box)
Where to buy: (for hobby)

Packs per box:
Cards per pack: 8
Cards in this box: 64
Base set completion: 
55 of 300 (18 percent)
Duplicates: 0

Notables on base cards: Andrew Luck, Tony Romo, Ben Roethlisberger, Todd Gurley, Aaron Rodgers, Khalil Mack, Drew Brees, Von Miller, David Johnson, J.J. Watt, DeAndre Watkins, Jared Goff

Rookie Cards (8) – Deshaun Watson, Mitchell Trubisky, O.J. Howard, Reuben Foster, Alvin Kamara, Nathan Peterman, Chris Godwin, Dawuane Smoot

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Gallery: 2016 Panini Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2016 promo cards

2016-Panini-Pro-Football-Hall-of-Fame-ken-stabler-front-soloThis year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class has taken its place in Canton, Ohio, and the legends have found their new homes.

It’s not just in the museum — it’s on new Panini America cardboard.

The NFL’s official football card licensee was on hand in Canton and made a pair of promotional sets for the new class of legends as well as cards for the Hall of Fame Game that was cancelled.

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Gallery: 2016 Goal Line Art Hall of Fame Class of 2016 football cards

This year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class gets its gold jackets tonight in Canton, Ohio, and the Hall of Fame store has the simplest way to start a collection of the newest football greats.

That’s the Goal Line Art set.

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Many Football Hall of Fame finalists represent college powerhouses, but not all have a lot of college cards

StablerWe’re a day away from the Pro Football Hall of Fame revealing its 2016 class of inductees, and there’s been plenty said about a group that includes Brett Favre, Ken Stabler, Terrell Davis, Terrell Owens and other finalists as the hours click down to Saturday night.

And that’s when there will be even more said.

But Buzz was wondering about college ties for the big names this year and noticed something else — many of the candidates come from big schools with a number of Hall of Famers already enshrined. That got Buzz thinking about which schools have the most players in Canton — and whether this year’s class might shake things up in the record book.

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