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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)

CAREER SNAPSHOT:

NOTES:

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.

Woods, Tony

Gameday 1992, #154

Cards: ProSet 1989, Score Supplemental 1989, GameDay 1992
Acquired: TTM 2022, C/o Home
Sent: 1/2 Received: 1/28 (26 days)

CAREER SNAPSHOT:

  • Played DE at the University of Pitt.
  • Totaled 28 sacks cumulatively between his Junior and Senior seasons.
  • First round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in 1987 playing  both DE and OLB.
  • Best season came in 1988- posted 141 combined tackles, 5 sacks, and a fumble recovery.
  • Played OLB through 1989, transitioning back to DE in 1990.
  • Suffered knee injury at end of 1990 season, but still managed to return in time to start 14 contests in 1991.
  • One of final cuts coming out of camp in 1993- later signed with LA Rams, playing there for one season.
  • In 1994, signed with Washington Redskins, playing there through 1996.

NOTES:

I love Tony’s autograph. He really has it down. The width and pressure on the marker is perfect. Great cards that hit a smattering of sets.

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Cross, Randy (2)

Pro Set 1990 Super Bowl Insert, #19

CARDS: Pro Set Super Bowl Supermen 1990, Upper Deck Legends 1997
ACQUIRED: TTM 2021, C/o Home
SENT: 4/13 RECEIVED: 5/1 (18 days)

CAREER SNAPSHOT:

NOTES:

So the Upper Deck Legends card was definitely a set need. I’m glad I got these hand graphed TTM. Randy has a bold and solid autograph. While I was at it I threw in these two other cards. The Super Bowl XIX card is important because Randy did a great job blocking up front for Montana and clearing lanes during the contest.