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    dont you just love those days

    hey everyone,

    a few days ago i was at target and i bought a pack of 2006 DP&P. i pulled a chrome rookie of Santonio Holmes and was pretty happy. then today i realized it was the silver refractor. well i looked it up today and found out its bv was 60! so im pretty happy im thinking about selling it. or do you all think its a good idea to hang onto it? i dont know much about this guy any info on what to do with it would be great, thanks

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    Cool find!

    I have no clue who he is...but I would probably either sell to get $$ for other stuff I wanted or trade for someone you collect. Good luck whatever you decide to do :)

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    Rima I do believe Santonio Holmes was the WR that went to PITT towards the end of Round #1

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    A WR for the steelers other than Hines Ward will not be a superstar.....Im not real happy with him ...He's been arrested I think 2 times since being drafted.....Although he could turn it around ......I think he'll be a pretty good wideout in the NFL ....Im sure the BV will go down so If you dont collect steelers/holmes cards Id sell it

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    thanks pr0phet.
    i think im going to trade it after i go to the card shop to make sure it is what i think it is. it says refractor on the back top right corner so thats what im going by.

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