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Topps and the NFL Announce New Long-Term Deal

Topps will be producing NFL-licensed cards for years to come after the latest agreement between the manufacturer and the league.

Topps has announced a multi-year licensing agreement with the National Football League. The longstanding relationship between the two organizations has spanned more than a half-century.

“At Topps, we take great pride in our enduring relationship with the NFL,” says Ryan O’Hara, CEO and president of Topps. “We’re thrilled to know we’ll be in business with the league for years to come.”

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“Our commitment to creating exciting and innovative product is as strong as ever and this deal will allow Topps to continue offering collectors the most sought-after football cards in the industry,” said Doug Kruep, Topps' vice president and general manager, Sports & Entertainment.

Leo Kane, NFL senior vice president of Consumer Products added, “The Topps Company has been a great teammate for decades. We look forward to bringing more fans their product and their proven ability to excite adult and kid fans alike.”

Timed to the start of the upcoming 2012 NFL season, Topps will unveil Topps Football, featuring the much anticipated Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III rookie cards.

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