New OJ Simpson autographs listed at $400 after prison release

O.J. Simpson signs documents as part of his release from Lovelock Correctional Center

O.J. Simpson signs documents as part of his release from Lovelock Correctional Center

Simpson memorabilia has already hit the market - just 10 days after Juice signed a bunch of helmets in a secret Vegas hotel signing session. The other, containing O.J.'s Hall of Fame year, is going for $450.

Steiner Sports posted two new signed Buffalo Bills helmets in the "new arrivals" section of their website.

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O.J. Simpson is now a free man.

While Steiner Sports did not administer the autograph signing, a company spokesman confirmed the helmets were signed after Simpson's release from prison. The one with just the autograph is listed for $399.99, while the one with the autograph and inscription is listed for $449.99. The signature on this item has been authenticated by Steiner Sports and features a uniquely numbered tamper-proof hologram which can be verified in our online database.

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New O.J. Simpson autographs are already hitting the market this week, just days after the former National Football League star and convicted felon's release from a Nevada prison.

"Collectors collect, and O.J. Simpson is a part of sports history for his accomplishments on the field", said Steiner Sports CEO Brandon Steiner. "He's a Heisman Trophy victor, 10,000-plus-yard rusher and a Hall of Famer. We are just trying to answer the demand of our customers to complete their collections". Although, the Hollywood Reporter says major networks, such as ABC, CBS and NBC all stress that they will not pay for an O.J. Simpson interview, which would violate news division standards. On the one hand it's hard to imagine he would do something like this out of the kindness of his heart. Any money the Hall of Famer earns is supposed to go to the families of Ronald Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson, following a wrongful death judgment decision ruled against him in 1997.

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