Donovan McNabb Bio and Best Football Cards – Philadelphia Eagles

By Justin Messer

Donovan McNabb plays with more determination than anyone that steps on the football field. Donovan McNabb is in his 10th year as the Quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was selected the 2nd pick in the 1999 NFL draft. McNabb is a versatile QB he can throw and run better than anyone in the NFL. McNabb is more passion for this game than anyone I have ever seen play. He goes out there every game ready to thrash through the defense of the opposing team. He plays through anything he can he is determined to win the game More >

Kurt Warner Bio and Best Football Cards – Arizona Cardinals

By Kenneth Lassiter

Age: 37 Born: 6/22/71 in Burlington, IA Height: 6-2 Weight:220

Kurt Warner is a study in perseverance. He was unheralded out of Regis High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, after growing up in a split household, even though he lettered in three sports and was all-state in football his senior year. He played backup QB at Northern Iowa, a DI-AA college, before getting the starting job his senior year and being named the conference player of the year. Warner got a brief shot with the Packers in 1994 before getting cut in training camp. From there he went back More >

Patrick Kane Bio and Best Hockey Cards – Chicago Blackhawks

By Barry Hren

Quick name the greatest American born hockey players ever! Well, there’s Mike Modano and Chris Chelios…umm Jeremy Roenick, I think…and…er…yeah. That’s about as far as most casual hockey fans would get but soon young Chicago Blackhawks stud Patrick Kane will be on that list for every hockey fan from eight year olds in Cleveland to housewives in Nova Scotia. As I write this he turns 20 today and is currently tied for 4th in the NHL in points. Not bad for a kid who lists his favorite websites as and “Facebook”.

He is babyfaced to say the least More >

Patrick Roy Biography and Best Hockey Cards

By Karine Hains, Editor-In-Chief

October 5th 1965 is an important date for the world of hockey. Not for one but for two reasons. On that day, both Mario Lemieux and Patrick Roy were born in the province of Québec. No one could have known then the kind of impact both players would have on the sport but 43 years later, there is no denying that they changed the face of the sport. Growing up in Québec City, I watched each and every one of Roy’s games with the Canadiens and through solid and spectacular performances; he became not only my favorite More >