Found May 03, 2013 on HTTR4LIFE.COM:
Washington Redskins second round draft pick David Amerson didn’t have to wait long to see his face on a football card. Panini America released the 6-1, 205 pound cornerbacks first NFL trading card this week. In his last two years at NC State, Amerson notched 18 interceptions and an FBS-high 13 interceptions in 2011. Let’s...
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