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Crossman, Danny (2)

Pro Set 1991, #708

CARD: Pro Set 1991
ACQUIRED: TTM 2020, C/o The Miami Dolphins
SENT: 9/23 RECEIVED: 11/28 (66 Days)



Way, way back in 2010, I got Dan on a few cards care of the Lions where he was coaching. Almost immediately after gorging on four cards, I realized that there was this Pro Set 1991 MVP card that I had never gotten or recall seeing from my early days of collecting. I picked a copy up and held onto it for about 10 years before sending out to him again- just on the off chance another card I’d never seen before would appear.

In the meantime, Danny continued to build his coaching resume, working with the Bills from 2013 to 2018, and since then at his current stop with the Miami Dolphins.

Casillas, Tony

GameDay 1992, #62

CARDS: GameDay 1992, Pro Set Update 1991, Upper Deck College Legends 2011
ACQUIRED: TTM 2021, C/o Home
SENT: 6/29 RECEIVED: 4/10 (285 days)


  • Played for the Oklahoma Sooners from 1981-85, medical redshirting in 81.
  • Played DT sparingly, before moving over to NT by 83.
  • Finished his college career with 213 tackles and 18 sacks.
  • Second overall pick of the 1986 draft by the Atlanta Falcons.
  • Had a solid debut contributing 111 tackles, 2 FF and a sack in 86.
  • Best season came in 1989, posting 152 total tackles, 3 forced fumbles and 2 sacks.
  • Entered doghouse of new head coach Jerry Glanville in 1990, and numbers suffered enough that he was considered expendable by 91.
  • Joined Cowboys in 1991, moving to DT, and solidified their defensive line in time for their Super Bowl Championship runs.
  • Signed with Chiefs in 1994, but left team early in camp, eventually signing with the Jets.
  • Returned to Cowboys for final stint in 1996, and retired after the 1997 season.


  • College Football Hall of Fame 2004
  • 1985 Lombardi Award Winner
  • NFL All-Rookie Team 1986
  • 1989 Pro Bowl Alternate

Pro Set 1991 (Update), #820 Upper Deck College Legends 2011, #5


Tony was one of those players at Dallas Cowboys Training Camp back in the early 90s I never was able to get. He rarely signed and when he did he was always too far down the line to get. I also thought that I had tried him previously and failed but this success was the first attempt that I had made to him TTM. He’s got lots of great cards, but these really stood out to me.

What I always remember most about Tony is when the Cowboys were playing the Lions in the playoffs in 1991, and Barry Sanders did what he does, and essentially turned Casillas around in a circle trying to chase Barry down.


Maggs, Don

Topps Stadium Club 1992, #8

Cards: Topps Stadium Club 1992, Fleer 1990, ProSet 1991
Acquired: TTM 2021, C/o Home
Sent: 8/2 Received: 8/9 (7 days)
Failure: TTM 2014, C/o Home x2


  • After playing offensive line at Tulane where he was a 3 year starter, Don Maggs was selected by the Pittsburgh Maulers of the USFL in 1984.

  • Spent 1985 with the New Jersey Generals.

  • Selected in the USFL Supplemental Draft by the Houston Oilers in the second round.

  • Provided versatile depth for the Oilers already stacked offensive line.

  • Blew out anterior cruciate ligament during training camp in 1987 and saw no action that year.

  • In fact, only started 3 games over 3 seasons with the Oilers before taking over fulltime at left tackle in 1990.

  • Was the Denver Broncos first official unrestricted free agent signing in 1993.

  • Played final two seasons (93/94) with the Denver Broncos.

  • Started 110 games over career.

Fleer Update 1990, #U-35 Pro Set 1991, #520


I had tried previously to get Don’s autograph but had failed twice. The first time was an RTS with his new address, so I packed everything up and resent. Everyone else got their stuff back but me. After waiting a few years and reloading I decided to give him another shot and got him on these great cards.