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  1. JeffFMcCormack's Avatar
    Mervyn Fernandez
    1454 Hicks Ave
    San Jose, CA 95125-3821


    Click here to post your pending/success information: https://www.sportscardforum.com/ttm.p...do=submit&sp=4

    Hope this helps!
    -Jeff
    Updated 05-10-2016 at 04:05 PM by JeffFMcCormack
  2. pavlotsinkevich's Avatar
    What's his address?
  3. JeffFMcCormack's Avatar
    Same here! I was very excited when I saw that Mr. Swilling had added those AMAZING inscriptions! One of the greatest cards in my collection, in my opinion. (Not that I am dissing any of the others.)

    Quote Originally Posted by gojacks
    Love the inscriptions!

  4. gojacks's Avatar
    Love the inscriptions!
  5. LoyalRoya8515's Avatar
    Thanks, I use these as well, as far as saving money on stamps there have been times that I have gotten things back, and there was no postmark on the stamp so you might be able to peel them off or cut them out and glue them onto another envelope
  6. Trevor44's Avatar
    Good tips I use these too!
  7. JeffFMcCormack's Avatar
    Thank you so much for all of the positive feedback! I look forward to updating the database with even more TTM successes!
  8. gojacks's Avatar
    Congrats! Love seeing what you reel in!
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  10. JeffFMcCormack's Avatar
    Yep! Trevor summed up what an SASE is pretty well! Thanks, Trevor!

    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor44
    It stands for self addressed stamped envelope, you send one with the envelope to the player so they can just put the card in the self addressed envelope so they don't have to write up a new envelope and pay for the postage. Hope that helps you!

  11. Trevor44's Avatar
    It stands for self addressed stamped envelope, you send one with the envelope to the player so they can just put the card in the self addressed envelope so they don't have to write up a new envelope and pay for the postage. Hope that helps you!
    Quote Originally Posted by TheLastOlympian07
    Hello Jeff, congrats on the success of the autograph. I was wondering as I read up on your blog entries for the last 3, I see you wrote SASE, what is SASE if you don't mind me asking

  12. TheLastOlympian07's Avatar
    Hello Jeff, congrats on the success of the autograph. I was wondering as I read up on your blog entries for the last 3, I see you wrote SASE, what is SASE if you don't mind me asking
  13. Madvillian9's Avatar
    Your defense will be a shell of it's former self next season. Still good but not elite.
  14. LancerArmstrong's Avatar
    I'd love for Tebow to make a comeback in Denver :)
  15. superb owl's Avatar
    Heck why even roster that position? Just have two runningbacks back there. That defense is all that matters amirite??
  16. Trevor44's Avatar
    Yep Malik isn't worth that kind of money. I think the super bowl win just inflated his ego.
  17. CamaroPat's Avatar
    Denver's 2nd priority this offseason is resinging Brock (after Von Miller), but if somebody offers a crazy money contract Denver will let him walk. They want to keep Malik Jackson too. Trevathan will be gone as Denver wont match the money he will get. I'm guessing Denver will Draft TE in the first 3 rounds again, and draft Clady's replacement as he is probably done in Denver. When a guy like Latimer cant get in the rotation the WRs are pretty sound for another year at least, DT and ILB will be spots they will look to fortify too with FAs that will be leaving. There are plenty of stopgap QBs out there Denver can pick up if Osweiler gets crazy money elsewhere, but its kinda surprising Denver didn't work out a deal with Von and use the Franchise Osweiler for this year, lol.
  18. Trevor44's Avatar
    I agree, think Peyton is done. Denver's WRs are pretty good so I would just try and stack the O line
  19. jonsportscardz's Avatar
    awesome pickup
  20. rocketman818's Avatar
    You better hope you have a better performance than you did a couple of years ago. Superbowls should be exciting and fun to watch. Hope peyton and the broncos don't piss their pants in the moment.
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