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Cowboys QB Accused of Using Machine to Sign Autographs

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Well, it has apparently come to the point where guys can’t even sign their own name anymore.

According to ESPN, Dak Prescott has been accused of signing his autographs for memorabilia that he is paid to sign using a machine.

The questions started to fly surrounding the Dallas QB when a memorabilia company wouldn’t authenticate his autographs for a recent card set.

That same report sites that the principal authenticator believes they had a “machine like feel”.

This isn’t the first time we have seen a high profile NFL QB involved in a memorabilia scandal this year as Giants QB Eli Manning was accused of endorsing non-game worn gear as authentic.  All of which Eli Manning has denied.

 

 

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