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Highlights Of Robert Woods’ Autograph Signing Appearance In CA (Videos)

Robert Woods autograph signing, presented by Deluxe Signature Collection, at South Bay Baseball Cards, Inc. in Lomita, CalifSunday, Buffalo Bills rookie/former USC record-setting wide receiver Robert Woods appeared at a public autograph signing, presented by Deluxe Signature Collection. The event took place at South Bay Baseball Cards, Inc. in Lomita, Calif. The 27-year-old, family-owned cards, collectables and memorabilia store has hosted numerous big name athletes, through the years, including Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin and Los Angeles Dodgers sensation Yasiel Puig.

Woods spent two solid hours signing his signature and mixing it up with his many fans. Amid a sports world filled with apathetic and disconnected athletes, the 21-year-old, Los Angeles area native, was as classy as it gets.

Below is a behind the scenes look at the sights and sounds of the day.

Woods arriving at South Bay Baseball Cards, Inc., just before 1:00 p.m. PT. Upon entering the building, Woods interacted with store owners, as well as the guys from Deluxe Signature Collection.


Woods signing autographs for fans with both Trojans and Bills paraphernalia.


Woods taking a minute to sign his name on some football cards.


After the conclusion of the public portion of the event, Woods signing a slew of Bills mini helmets, while sitting in the back of the store.


Woods saying goodbye, as he made his way towards the exit of the 3,000-square-foot establishment.


For an opportunity to own Robert Woods autographed merchandise, check out the Deluxe Signature Collection website.


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Jon Rapoport has spent his career working on all sides of the media and sports industry. He began his career at ESPN in studio production at the ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. While there, he won an Emmy for his contribution to "SportsCenter." Following his tenure at ESPN, Jon relocated to Los Angeles, joining the staff of the “Best Damn Sports Show” on FOX Sports Net.

Upon leaving the show, Jon worked in Web site and sports radio show development/production, with Major League Baseball in media operation logistics for the World Baseball Classic and on behalf of Los Angeles’ effort to bring the 2016 Summer Olympics back to Southern California. Jon currently writes a political blog for the Los Angeles edition of

Born and raised in Plymouth, Minnesota (just outside of Minneapolis), Jon is an avid sports fan, particularly for his beloved Minnesota teams. Jon graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he earned his BA in communication and interned for ABC’s “Good Morning America” in New York City and Washington D.C. He is married and resides in Los Angeles.  

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