Has continued to establish himself as an up and coming front office executive.
Joined the Cleveland Browns front office in 2018 as their Vice President of Player Personnel.
As of 2020 works in the Seattle Seahawks front office.
I think I got really lucky with Alonzo, as he signed all 4 of these cards for me, with two of them becoming more recent set needs. He stopped signing shortly thereafter TTM, but I figured since it’d been nearly 10 years, it was OK to come back and tap that vein again.
Cards: Pro Set 1989, Topps 1990 Acquired: 2020, Paid Signing Failure: TTM 2018, C/o Home
Robert played at Syracuse from 1985-88.
He racked up 2687 yards from scrimmage playing for the Orangemen, including a career high 828 yards rushing with 6 TDs in 1987.
Selected in the 3rd round of the 1989 Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles.
Seldom used in a stacked backfield, Robert played for the Eagles from 1989-91 primarily on 3rd downs.
Appeared back on the football radar in 1994 during the CFL USA initiative with the Baltimore Stallions.
Joined the Argos and rushed for 935 yards (96) and 1134 (97).
Signed with BC Lions in 98, having his best year as a pro in 99 rushing for 1309 yards.
Played on final season for the Argos in 2002 before retiring.
Gifted receiver, Drummond caught 72 passes in 96, 85 in 97, and 66 in 2000.
CFL All-Star 1996
CFL All-Star 1997
CFL West All-Star 1999
I tried to get his autograph a few years ago but didn’t have any luck so when a cheap signing came along I went ahead and dropped these two cards in the mail. Drummond appears in Tecmo Superbowl as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jeff Query went to Milken college and represents the school’s only drafted NFL alumni, being selected in the 5th round of the 1989 draft by the Green Bay Packers.
Query set career records at the tiny school finishing with 2548 yards, 28 TD catches, 30.9 yards on kick off returns, and 10.9 on punt returns.
A track junkie, Query had breathtaking speed (4.3), and was a two-time CCIW 100-Meter Champion.
Immediately stepped in as the team’s #3 receiver and as the Packers’ primary return man.
Trademark blonde mullet brought all the girls to the yard.
After 1991 season, signed with the Houston Oilers via Plan B, but did not make the roster.
Picked up by Cincinnati and played the next 3 seasons with the team, and a final 2 games between the Bengals and the Redskins in 1995.
Best season came in 1993, catching 56 passes for 654 yards and 4 TDs.
Score Supplemental 1989, #432S Topps 1990, #144
I was very excited when Jeff joined the Oilers. It didn’t make much waves but I was convinced that he was going to be that missing part that was going to take the receiving corps to the next level. He then just disappeared in camp and I never heard from him until he was cut. I am not sure if he was an injury settlement, but I just remember being very disappointed.
Jeff had some great cards over the years and I was very happy to get these finally knocked out as they had been in ‘the box’ for a long time waiting for him to appear.
Celebrating the game, the players, the cards, and the autographs for over 25 years.