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The autograph seems a little off but it has a PSA that checks out.

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You always have to ask questions when you see a signed card from a bonafide modern day sports superstar. It's not from a signing (given what Rodgers charges, no one's getting a card signed). The question is then "How?" 

A general look at his Packers stuff, and I'd say what I'm seeing generally looks fine. Again though, I'd like to hear how and when he got it.

Rodgers is such a simple signature, that it's prime target for forgery. Personally, I'm only good at spotting the most blatant AR forgeries, as I more or less stopped sports collecting years ago. Since I have no idea what PSA's criteria was for passing it, I can't really comment on that either. That being said, I personally don't put much weight in their judgement.

Best to get a Rodgers autograph from somewhere like Waukesha Sports Cards, or a nationally recognized vendor present at one of his private signings.

Thanks, Rich. I appreciate it.

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