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Schuylkill Valley Sports offers insurance for NFL jerseys How many times has this happened to you? You pick up an NFL jersey for your favorite player, then that player gets traded or cut from the roster leaving you stuck with a jersey you may no longer want. Schuylkill Valley Sports, which has stores in Audubon, Oaks, the Plymouth Meeting Mall and Coventry Mall in North Coventry, has launched a new NFL jersey insurance program, which is designed to help customers feel more secure before purchasing their next favorite player jersey. For $10, customers can purchase jersey insurance when they purchase a new NFL jersey. If that player is traded or cut from their team, the insurance allows the customer to purchase a new jersey at 50 percent off the regular price. Schuylkill Valley Sports launched the program April 29, and according to Phil Baumgardner, marketing director and buyer for Schuylkill…

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8K Worth of Bogus NFL Jerseys and Ed Hardy Shirts as Part of Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Phoenix and Tucson rounded up nearly $800,000 worth of bootleg clothing last week, including more than $8,000 worth of phony football jerseys, as part of a national campaign called “Operation Holiday Hoax.” Two weeks before Christmas? Talk about bah, humbug. “Operation ‘Holiday Hoax’ struck the counterfeiters and counterfeit vendors just when their inventories were at their peak. This is the season these criminals lure in unwitting holiday shoppers and sell them substandard and sometimes dangerous goods,” John Morton, Department of Homeland Security assistant secretary for ICE, says in a press release. Chances are the world wouldn’t come to an end if a few kids were running around in “substandard” Larry Fitzgerald jerseys, but rules are rules for the folks at ICE. ICE’s hunt for the phony gear took them to three…