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Bentley, Ray (2)

CARDS: Topps 1990, ProSet 1990
ACQUIRED: TTM 2024, C/o Home
SENT: 1/23 RECEIVED: 2/7 (15 days)



Besides getting a variety of children’s books published he created, Ray has also been involved in the Spring football league scene. He served as an advisor at one point for the USFL. When writing him I went off on a giant tangent about Spring football and how important it is to me and these players. He kindly responded with a nice greeting card of his Darby the Dinosaur, and inside he wrote that he also enjoys watching Spring football as well.

Originally I sent Ray 3 cards, and included a Score 1991, forgetting that I had already acquired this as part of the Akron Acquisition back in 2011. I threw in his Topps card because Ray was one of the original players who dolled themselves up with the eye paint back in the day. His Pro Set 1990 photo is an extremely underrated action shot perfectly encapsulated on this card.

Pruce, David

CARD: Frankfurt Galaxy Team Issue 2003
ACQUIRED: 2022, Private Acquisition


  • Big and physical offensive lineman rocked the charts at 6’8, 275.
  • Played college ball for Buffalo from 1996-00.
  • Moved from LG to T in 2000 and was considered the school’s best lineman at the time.
  • Spent 2001 and 2002 in the camp of the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Joined the NFLE in 2003 playing for the Frankfurt Galaxy.
  • Played on both sides of the ball for the Galaxy primarily at OT, but also at DT.
  • Played a final season in the NFLE in 2004.
  • Spent 2004 on the practice squad of the Buffalo Bills, and was in camp with the team the following year.


  • 2004 All-NFLE

Henderson, Jerome (2)

Pro Set 1991, #770

CARDS: Classic 1991, Star Pics 1991, Pro Set 1991
ACQUIRED: TTM 2023, C/o Work
SENT: 4/25 RECEIVED: 5/8 (13 days)



I had never even seen the Pro Set 1991 of Jerome Henderson before, so I was really eager to order it and ship it out to him for an autograph for some reason. It made it easier since the Star Pics card was a set need. When Classic and Star Pics arrived on the scene in ’91 as exclusively college products, we initially laughed at them. The competing designs were busy in the margins, with the Star Pics going with the footballs, and Classic laughably going with the leopard print. Still- they all are great looking photos, and Jerome was kind enough to add his autograph to all 3 of them for me.