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Old 01-31-2013   #16
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Default Re: NFL cracks down on fake jerseys

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Originally Posted by b0ng View Post
If those jerseys were only $50 then chances are they are fake too unless you were getting them at the pro shop or academy.
Not necessarily. I have two of the real ones that I bought on ebay used. One was a Boselli and the other a Carr. I bought them after both players had left the team and paid very little for them. Some people just don' think it through and want to be rid of their jerseys once the player is gone.

He could have snapped them up like that. I used to watch ebay constantly for them but eventually I just got tired of it and bought some fakes. It's a football jersey with a players name/number on it who might not even be here in a year's time. My fakes cost me $23 each. That's all they're worth and all I'd pay for them.

The real ones are put together much better though. That's the biggest difference I noticed.
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