Babe Parilli Upper Deck Card
The 15 year veteran is honored on a Special Edition Upper Deck Card.
Roosevelt Brown 1957 New York Giants Topps Football Card #11
In 1957 he was headed into his 5th year in the NFL. Started all 12 games and made his 3rd straight All Pro selection.
Joe Scibelli 1972 Sunoco Football Card
Jim Otto 1970 Oakland Raiders Topps NFL Football Card #116
His 11th year with Oakland, 1970 saw the first season of the NFL/AFL merger and Otto was named 1st-Team All Pro.
Billy Kilmer - 1962 Rookie Card
Rookie Card of one of the NFL's legend's of the game. In 1962 he was just starting his 2nd year with the San Francisco 49ers. His career would last a total of 16 NFL seasons with 3 different teams and a Super Bowl appearance in 1974.
Ted Hendricks 1975 Green Bay Packers Topps Football Trading Card #315
His Topps card from 1975 - but as with the previous year, he wasn't with the team he was featured with. Al Davis of the Raiders gave up not 1 but 2 1st-round draft picks to get him away from Green Bay. And while he only started 5 games he had 2 interceptions, 5 sacks and a safety. He would remain a Raider for the next 9 years.
Jim Kelly 1991 Pro Set - the 1990 NFL Passing Leaders Card #8
From the 1991 Pro Set Passing Leaders set depicting the top passers of the 1990. Bills quarterback Jim Kelly led the league with a 101.2 Passer Rating. This was only the 5th time a player ended the season above 100 in the Passer Rating category.
Gerald Riggs on the 1991 Washington Redskins Pro Set Card
The 1991 Pro Set Trading card of Washington Redskins running back Gerald Riggs. 1991 was Riggs 10th and final year in the NFL.
Paul Lowe 1964 San Diego Chargers Topps Football Card
His 1964 Topps Card - his 4th season as a Charger. Was 2nd in rushing yards with 496. Also had another 2 scores receiving.
Warren Moon 1990 Houston Oilers Score Football Trading Card #105
The league's top passer with 362 completions, 4639 yards and 33 touchdown passes in 1990 Warren Moon led the Oilers to a 2nd place finish in the AFC Central Division and a Wildcard playoff appearance.
DD Lewis 1980 Dallas Cowboys Topps NFL Football Trading Card #373
Longtime DD Lewis and his 1980 Topps card. He was entering his 12th year in the NFL and 8th as the Cowboys starting Right-Side Linebacker. Started all 16 games. Was awarded the game ball for the Cowboys win over Philadelphia the last week of the season.
MacArthur Lane 1971 St. Louis Cardinals Topps Card
The Leading ground gainer for St. Louis in 1971 with 592 yards.
Ken Bowman on his 1972 Green Bay Packers Topps Football Card #58
In 1972, his 9th season, he started 13 games for the Packers
1978 Topps Card #333 | 1977 NFL Rushing Leaders Walter Payton and Mark van Eeghen -
The league's rushing leaders of 1977 published in the 1978 Topps set. Raider Mark van Eeghen had 1273 yards while the Bears Walter Payton had 1852.
Mike Haynes 1983 New England Patriots Topps Football Card #332 Pro Bowl
While this card has him with the Patriots, he actually held out and joined the LA Raiders at the end of 1983. Ended up as the Raiders starter throughout the last 5 games and through the playoffs. During Super Bowl XVIII was a major contributor to The Raiders win over the Redskins. Washington managed only 5 pass completions to their wide receivers the whole game.
Darrell Green 1991 Washington Redskins Pro Set Card
Darrell Green featured on his 1991 Pro Set Football Card. That season the Redskins won Super Bowl XXVI against the Buffalo Bills. He had 5 picks that season and made the All-Pro Team.
Jim Hart 1971 St. Louis Cardinals Topps Football Card #47
His 1971 Topps Card - Jim Hart was once again involved in a Cardinals QB controversy after a coaching change starting only 9 games. The Cardinals managed just 4 wins and a tie.
Dan Towler 1956 Los Angeles Rams Topps Football Card #90
Even though Dan Towler didn't play in 1956, Topps had a card for him. In 56 he retired to become the full-time pastor of the Lincoln Avenue Methodist Church of Pasadena, California. But during the 6 seasons he played he had a 5.2 lifetime YPC average, led the NFL in rushing once, rushing touchdowns twice, went to 4 Pro Bowls and left the Rams as their All-Time leading rusher.
Gail Cogdill Atlanta Falcons Topps Football Card
His last 2 seasons in the NFL were spent in Atlanta. Starting a total of 17 games he caught 31 passes for 475 and 6 touchdowns.
Larry Brown 1974 Washington Redskins Topps Card
The 1974 Topps card of the Redskins Pro Bowl Running Back
Tom Mack 1972 Los Angeles Rams Topps Football Card #337
His 1972 Topps card. This was his 7th year in the league and his 6th consecutive Pro Bowl appearence.
David Fulcher 1990 Cincinnati Score NFL Football Trading Card #183
On his 1990 Score card - his 5th year in the league. 4 interceptions, a sack and a safety and Pro Bowl appearance.
Bill Romanowski San Francisco 49er 1991 Pro Set Football Card #655
Bill Romanowski on his 1991 San Francisco 49er Pro Set Football Card #655. 1991 was his 4th year with San Francisco. Started all 16 games and credited with 76 tackles
Billy Cannon 1967 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Card #109
Much heralded in his younger years in the AFL the former Heisman Award winner had moved to a quieter role with Oakland by 1967. Nevertheless he was chosen All-AFL this season after 32 catches and 10 touchdowns.
Dan Marino 1991 Pro Set Milestone Football Card #13
Printed in 1991 this Pro Set Card honored Dan Marino's 3563 passing yards in 1990. An NFL record at the time it was his 7th consecutive 3,000+ yard-passing season - he would actually extend that record 2 more years through 1991 and 1992.
Ted Hendricks 1990 Pro Set Hall of Fame Football Card #26
Pro Set Honors the 1990 Hall of Fame inductee after a 15-year NFL career that included 4 All Pro Seasons and 8 Pro Bowl selections.
Don Maynard 1969 New York Jets Topps Football Card #60
His 1969 card. That season he again led the Jets with 47 catches and 938 yards. Named All League and All Star for the AFL's final year of existence those numbers were good enough for #6 in league catches and #3 in receiving yards. The back of this card stated:
"In 1967 Don was voted the club's "Most Valuable Player" as he led the American Football League in yards gained (1434) and in average gain per-catch (20.2). He has speed to spare and can catch anything within reach."
Greg Townsend 1991 Los Angeles Raiders Pro Set Card #195
A Pro Bowler in 1991 - his 9th season with the Raiders, he led the Los Angeles defense with 13 sacks.
John Riggins 1976 New York Jets Topps Football Card
The first New York Jets player to rush for over 1,000 yards. In 1975 he racked up 1005 yards and 8 touchdowns.
John Riggins 1972 New York Jets Topps Pro Action Football Card #126
Earned a spot in the Topps 1972 "Pro Action" set for his efforts as a Jets Rookie in 1971 when he picked up 769 yards rushing and ended up with a 4.3 YPC average.
Boomer Esiason 1988 Topps Bengals Team Leaders Card #339
Featured in the 1988 Topps Team Leaders set he would have a career year during this season. Earning All Pro Honors he was named the league MVP as he led his Bengals all the way to a showdown against the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII
Mike Singletary 1990 Chicago Bears NFL Pro Set Football Card #57
From the 1990 edition of NFL Pro Set Football cards - The Bears Hall of Fame linebacker was named to his 8th consecutive Pro Bowl in 1990.
YA Tittle 2013 Topps Hall of Fame Archives Set #65
The Hall of Famer played for the 49ers and then the Giants way back in the 1950s and early 1960s. Here he is honored on the 2013 Topps Archives series cards that depicted recent players on retro card designs and a few past players - like Tittle above - on the more recent layouts. He retired in 1964 but the design is from Topps 1985 style.
1965 Abner Haynes Topps Football Card
His Topps card from 1965. That year he joined the Denver Broncos. Used mostly as a kick returner he led the AFL with 901 return yards.
Jim Brown Cleveland Browns 2009 Topps Mayo Cut Plug Football Card #123
The Hall of Fame runner was honored in the 2009 Topps Mayo Card set.
Charlie Taylor 1974 Washington Redskins Topps NFL Football Trading Card #510
1974 Topps - The Redskins leading pass receiver in 1974 with 54 catches. Selected to the Pro Bowl.
Don Maynard 1973 New York Jets Topps Football Card
Billy Kilmer 1973 Washington Redskins Topps Football Card #499
Billy Kilmer here on his 1973 Topps card. The year following the Redskins visit to the Super Bowl saw them winning 10 games with Kilmer getting credited with 7 victories. His numbers: 227 attempts, 122 completions, a 53.7% completion percentage, 1656 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Bobby Layne 1954 Detroit Lions Bowman Football Card #53
Hall of Famer Bobby Layne and his 1954 Bowman card. Led the Lions to 9 victories and a West Division Title.
1818 passing yards, a 54.9% completion ratio and 14 passing touchdowns.
Randy White 1982 Dallas Cowboys Topps Football Card
His 1982 Dallas Cowboys Topps Football Card. Limited to 9 games played due to a players strike he started each game and was named Defensive Lineman of the Year. 43 total tackles, 2½ sacks and a fumble recovery. Named All Pro and selected to his 6th Pro Bowl.
Gary Anderson 1988 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Card #168
1988 Topps - Gary Anderson was the league's #3 leading scorer in 1988 with 118 points. 28 of 36 fieldgoals including a 52-yarder against the Eagles.
John Brodie 1970 San Francisco Topps Card
The San Francisco 49er quarterback's 14th NFL season. In 1970 he made the All Pro Team and Pro Bowl as he was tops in the league in completions, passing yards and passing touchdowns. He also led the 49ers all the way the NFC Championship against Dallas.
Danny Abramowicz 1974 San Francisco 49ers Topps Card
Danny finished his 9-year career with San Francisco in 1974.
Jim Hart 1981 St. Louis Cardinals Football Card
Representing his 16th year in the NFL. He was 37 years old. Staring 9 games he passed for 1694 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Bill Romanowski 1991 San Francisco 49ers Topps Stadium Club NFL Football Card #394
By 1991 he was making his presence known as an up-and-coming linebacker of the NFL. His 1991 numbers - an interception, a sack, 2 fumble recoveries and 76 tackles.
Harold Jackson 1980 New England Patriots Topps Football Card #7
In 1980 Harold Jackson was entering his 13th season in the NFL and still playing a very competitive level. He was the Patriots #3 receiver with 35 catches. He averaged 21.1 yards a catch as well (737 yards, 5 TDs).
Carl Eller 1978 Minnesota Vikings Topps NFL Football Trading Card #79
His 15th and final season with the Vikings. Played in 7 games and credited with 5 sacks.
Roger Staubach 2008 Topps Commemorative Card
Dave Krieg 1992 Pro Set Football Card #330
After 12 years in Seattle holding almost every passing record in Seahawks book he moved on to play 2 seasons in Kansas City in 1992.
Sonny Jurgensen 1965 Washington Redskins Philadelphia Gum Company Football Card #188
His 1965 card printed by the Philadelphia Gum Company. Completed 53.4% of his passes for 2367 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Lance Alworth 1970 San Diego Chargers Topps Football Card #240
From 1970 - it would be his final season as a Charger. After 9 seasons he tallied up 493 catches, 9584 yards for a 19.4 YPC average and 81 touchdowns.
Herschel Walker 1991 Pro Set Card
His 1991 Rushing & Receiving Table
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Dan Hampton 1981 Chicago Bears Topps NFL Football Trading Card #316
His 3rd year in the NFL - the future Hall of Famer was the Bears co-leader in sacks with 9.
Warren Moon 1991 Houston Oilers Pro Set Platinum Football Card #138
His 1991 addition - the Pro Set Platinum set. Coming off a career year in 1990 he repeated in 1991 making the Pro Bowl while leading the NFL in Pass Attempts (655), Pass Completions (404) and Passing Yards (4690). Also credited with 5 4th-quarter comebacks.
Phil Simms 1990 New York Giants Topps NFL Football Trading Card #51
His 12th year in the NFL, in 1990 he was 35 years old and having a good year until he broke his foot in Week 15. He then watched his back-up, Jeff Hostetler, led the Giants to the Super Bowl and a win over the Buffalo Bills.
Mike Webster 1984 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Card #171
Anthony Munoz 1992 Pro Set Card
13 seasons, 11 Pro Bowls, 9 1st-team All Pro Teams.
Here is the Pro Set Card from 1992, his last season in the NFL.
Bill Bergey 1980 Philadelphia Eagles Topps Football Card #480
His last card of a 12-year NFL career. In 1980 he was still one of the league's top linebackers and a major part of a defense that helped get the Eagles to Super Bowl XV.
Doug Buffone 1967 Philadelphia Gum Trading Card
Football Trading Card for Chicago Bear Legend Doug Buffone printed by the Philadelphia Gum Company for the 1967 NFL Season.
Mike Kenn 1991 Atlanta Falcon Pro Set Football Card #428
1991 was his 14th of 17 seasons in the NFL. It was also the offensive tackle's 2nd All Pro selection of his career.
Mark Jackson 1988 Denver Broncos Topps Rookie Football Card #26
After 2 solid seasons in 1986 & 1987 he had a card made for him in 1988. Considered his rookie card, he turned in another noteworthy season with 46 catches for 852 yards, a 18.5 YPC average and 6 touchdown catches.
Joe Greene 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Trading Card #425
In 1975 Mean Joe Greene was a major contributor to Steelers Super Bowl winning defense. Named to his 7th straight Pro Bowl.
Ronnie Lott 1991 San Francisco 49ers Score Football Card
One of the toughest tacklers in NFL History - played 15 seasons for 4 different teams.
1977 New York Giants Team Leaders Topps Card #518
Gary Anderson 1984 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps Football Card
His third year in the league. Led the Steelers in scoring with 117 points - that ranked 3rd in NFL.
The back of the above card states:
The AFC's leading scorer in 1983, Gary was accorded ALL-Pro recognition last season. He saw action in the Pro Bowl Game at Honolulu, 1-29-14, and booted a 43-yard Field Goal during the Classic.
Otis Taylor Kansas City Chiefs 1975 Topps Card
This 1975 Topps card was Otis Taylor's final year in professional football. Unfortunately, this year was by far his most unremarkable season as he failed to record a single catch.
Jim Kelly 1990 Score Hot Gun #8 Football Trading Card #318
After posting an 86.2 Passer Rating (6th best in the league in 1989) he was featured in the Score Hot Guns set of 1990.
Art Shell 1979 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Card #210
Entering 1979 Art Shell was in his 11th season and had a string of 7 straight Pro Bowl appearances going back to 1972 broken by a preseason injury. He did return to start the final 11 games of the year.
Neal Anderson Chicago Bears 1991 Pro Set Card
His Chicago Bears 1991 Pro Set Trading Card. That year he led the Bears with 747 yards and 6 touchdowns rushing. He also had 47 receptions for another 368 yards and 3 scores.
Ken O'Brien 1990 New York Jets Score Football Trading Card #270
1990 Score. His 7th year with the Jets. Started all 16 games throwing for 2855 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Dave Krieg 1988 Seattle Seahawks Topps Football Trading Card #131
His 1988 Topps card - missed 7 games from a shoulder injury but still managed to guide the Seahawks to 6 victories. The high-point was a 410 yard, 4 touchdown season finale against the Raiders to end the season.
Ted Hendricks 1973 Baltimore Colts Topps Football Card #430
Here on his 1973 Topps card. By 1973, his 5th year in the NFL and with the Colts, he was really starting to come into his own. This would be his third consecutive Pro Bowl. Started all 14 games he had 3 interceptions and 4 fumble recoveries.
Jim Hart 1979 St. Louis Cardinals Topps Football Card #64
His 14th year in the NFL. And while 1979 was not his best season it was still had some solid numbers - 13 starts, a 51.3% percentage completion rate, 2218 yards and 9 touchdowns.
Steve Atwater 1989 Rookie Denver Broncos NFL Pro Set Football Card #492
The former All-American from Arkansas was the Broncos 1st-Round pick in 1989. Here is his NFL Pro Set Rookie Card. By the end of his 11-year NFL career he would have 2 All Pro selections, 8 Pro Bowls and 2 Super Bowl Rings.
Warren Moon 1990 Score Hot Gun #317
Cornelius Bennett 1990 Buffalo Bills Score NFL Football Trading Card #256
All Pro Honors in 1990 on a Bills team that advanced all the way to the Super Bowl that year.
Bill George 1961 Chicago Bears Topps Football Trading Card #16
On his 1961 Topps card. 1961 was a very good year for the Hall of Fame linebacker. He was named to his 8th straight Pro Bowl and made his 7th straight All Pro Team. Had 3 interceptions, 2 fumble recoveries and was unofficially credited with 11½ sacks.
Bubby Brister 1990 Pittsburgh Steelers Score NFL Football Trading Card #166
Steelers quarterback Bubby Brister in 1990 on his Score Trading card.
Barry Sanders 1991 Detroit Lions Fleer Football Card
His Fleer card from 1991, his 3rd year in the NFL.
All Pro with 1548 Yards, a 4.5 YPC average and a league-leading 16 rushing touchdowns.
Bobby Layne 1959 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps Football Card
His 12th year in the NFL, 1959 was his last season as a Pro Bowler. He led Pittsburgh to a 6-5-1 record, passed for 1986 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Rickey Jackson 1988 New Orleans Saints Topps Football Card #64
The 8th season in New Orleans of the future Hall of Famer. He ended up tied with Pat Swilling for the team's most sacks. He was also 3rd with 92 tackles. Notched a Safety against Atlanta too.
Lynn Swann 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Card #282
1975 - Led the Steelers with 49 grabs and the NFL with 11 touchdown catches. Named Super Bowl X Most Valuable Player after 4-catches, 161-yards and a score in the 21-17 win over the Cowboys.
Marv Woodson on his 1969 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps Football Card #155
Jackie Slater 1988 Los Angeles Rams Topps NFL Football Trading Card #295
1988 - his 13 year in the NFL. Started all 16 games making his 4th of 6 consecutive Pro Bowls.
Billy Cannon 1968 Oakland Raiders Topps Card
The Heisman Trophy Award winner from LSU in 1958, Billy Cannon played the entire duration of the AFL from 1960-1970. He played tight end for the Oakland Raiders 6 of those years.
Bo Jackson 1991 LA Raiders Pro Set Platinum Football Card #136
Featured in the 1991 Pro Set Platinum Series after a Pro Bowl year the previous season. Unfortunately he suffered a career ending hip injury against the Bengals in the 1990 AFC Divisional playoff round.
Ken Stabler 2006 Alabama Press Pass Football Trading Card #57
The Snake - Kenny Stabler remembered from his days at Alabama on this 2006 Press Pass Trading Card.
James Lofton 1992 Buffalo Bills Topps Stadium Club Football Card #385
His last of 4 seasons with the Bills and his 15th in the NFL, 1992 was a solid year for the future Hall of Famer - 51 catches, 786 yards, 15.4 YPC and 6 touchdowns.
Walter Payton 1980 Chicago Bears Topps NFL Trading Card #160
His 1980 Topps card - An All Pro season he was 2nd in the league with 1460 yards rushing. Averaged 4.6 yards a carry and had 6 TD on the ground.
1968 Bob Griese Trading Card
Jon Arnett 1959 Los Angeles Rams Tops Football Card
Jon Arnett on his 1959 Tops Football Card. His 3rd year in the NFL he was selected to the Pro Bowl as a Defensive Back.
Ernie Stautner 1961 Pittsburgh Steelers Fleer NFL Football Trading Card #125
Ron Mix - 1967 Topps Trading Card
His 1967 Topps Football Card. That year, his 8th in professional football, he was named to the All AFL team as well as the All-Star teams.
Lyle Alzado 1972 Denver Broncos Topps Rookie Football Card #106
The 1971 4th round pick form Yankton had an impressive rookie season but no Topps card his first year in the league. In 1972 Topps awarded him one and it wasn't for no reason. Led the Broncos with 12 sacks. Racked up 45 solo tackles as well.
Joe Schmidt 1959 Detroit Lions Topps Card
His 1959 Topps card. That season he made his 6th consecutive All-Pro and Pro Bowl teams. All in all he was selected to 8 All-Pro Teams and 10 Pro Bowls during his 13-year career with the Lions.
Alan Page 1973 Minnesota Vikings Topps Football Card
His 1973 card when he was named to his 4th All-Pro Team and his 6th consecutive Pro Bowl.
Earl Campbell 1979 Houston Oilers Topps Football Trading Card #390
In 1979 he followed up his record-breaking rookie season with another awesome performance by leading the league with 1697 rushing yards and 19 rushing touchdowns.
Jim Otto 1972 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Card #86
On this 1972 Topps card. 1972 was his 13th season as a professional football player and it was his 12th and final season as a NFL Pro Bowler/AFL All Star.
Reggie White 1990 Philadelphia Eagles Fleer Football Trading Card #93
His 6th season with the Eagles 1990 was his 5th straight All Pro season. He started all 16 games, had 14 sacks, 83 tackles and an interception.
Ray Guy 1975 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Trading Card #435
1975 Topps - made his 3rd straight Pro Bowl while leading the league with a 43.8 Average-Yards-Per-Punt.
Cornelius Bennett 1988 Buffalo Bills Topps NFL Football Card #230
His Topps card from 1988.
Followed up an outstanding rookie year with an All Pro Season. Started all 16 games. Was in on 103 tackles and 9½ sacks. His other contributions were 3 fumble recoveries and 2 interceptions.
Lionel Taylor 1965 Denver Broncos Topps Card #65
From the 1965 Topps set. He led the AFL again with 85 catches. Was named to the AFL All League team as well as the AFL West All-Star team.
Fran Tarkenton 1978 Minnesota Vikings Topps NFL Football Trading Card #100
His Topps card from 1978 - his 18th and final year in the NFL. Retired as Pro Football's All-Time Passer with 3686 completions, 47,003 yards and 342 touchdown passes.
Fred Biletnikoff 1979 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Card #305
Despite being released by the Raiders before the 1979 season Topps still had a card made for him. This being his last card, he finished his 14-year career with 589 catches, 8974 yards and 76 touchdown catches.
The Baltimore Colts 1978 Topps Team leaders Football Card #502
Colts Team Leaders from the 1977 NFL Season featured on this 1978 Topps Football Card - Lydell Mitchell, Lyle Blackwood and Fred Cook.
Mike Webster 1980 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Card #350
Joe Namath 2019 New York Jets Panini-Donruss NFL Football Trading Card #193
The Jets Hall of Fame Quarterback Joe Namath featured on this 2019 Panini Card.
the back reads:
Already a Star when he was drafted by the Jets in the First round of the 1965 draft, Namth continued uopn making it to New York with a winning smile, plenty of charisma and the talent to match it all, the Quarterback developed into one of the biggest celebrities in the U.S.
Terry Bradshaw & Franco Harris 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 1974 Topps AFC Champions
Terry Bradshaw and Franco Harris grace this 1975 Topps card honoring the Steelers 24-13 1974 AFC Championship win over the Raiders. The Steelers would go on the beat the Vikings in Super Bowl IX.
Jim Otto 1965 Oakland Raiders Topps Card
From 1965 - That year his Raiders finished 2nd in the AFL's Western Division as he was named the 1st Team All-League Center.
Joe Namath 1967 Topps Football Card
Jack Youngblood 1979 Los Angeles Rams Topps Football Card #189
His 1979 Topps Card - Coming off an All Pro Year the previous season he made his 5th and final All-Pro team again in 79. Also made the Pro Bowl for the 7th time.
Earnest Byner 1986 Cleveland Browns Topps NFL Football Trading Card #189
Tom Fears 1956 Los Angeles Rams Topps Card #42
From his last season of a 9-year career. Unfortunately a pre-season injury slowed him down to the point he had but 5 catches. Retired before the season ended but stayed on as an assistant coach with the Rams.
Gary Hogeboom 1990 Phoenix Cardinals Fleer Card #335
While a 1990 card was made featuring him with Phoenix he was released before the start of the season. He was signed by Washington but didn't make it to the field and was released that December
Craig Morton Passes Broncos to Super Bowl | 1978 Topps #2
The 1978 Topps card depicting Craig Morton and the Broncos 1977 AFC Championship win over the Oakland Raiders. Morton completed 10 of 20 passes for 224 yards and 2 touchdowns to give Denver the Championship and their first trip to the Super Bowl.
Jacob Green 1990 Seattle Seahawks Fleer NFL Football Trading Card #266
His 11th year in the league the Seahawks former Pro Bowler started all 16 games in 1990 and turned in 12½ sacks on the year.
Reggie White 1991 Philadelphia Eagles Pro Set Platinum NFL Football Card #91
His 7th year in the NFL he made he made his 6th straight All Pro Team. Registered 100 tackles and led the Eagles with 15 sacks.
Zeke Bratkowski 1958 Chicago Bears Topps Card
Here he is pictured on his 1958 Chicago Bears Topps Card.
Wilber Marshall 1990 Washington Redskins Score NFL Football Trading Card #70
His 1990 Score Card - his 7th season in the NFL and 3rd with the Redskins.
Joe Perry 1959 San Francisco 49ers Topps Football Card #80
From the Topps 1959 set - It was the Hall of Famers 12th season in the NFL. Rushed for 602 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Otis Taylor 1969 Kansas City Chiefs Topps AFL football trading Card #191
1969 - His 5th year with the Chiefs. 2nd on the team in catches with 41 grabs and #1 in receiving yardage - 696. His 7 touchdowns were a team best to that year.
Randall Cunningham 1989 Philadelphia Eagles Pro Set Football Trading Card #315
Eagles QB Randal and his 1989 Pro Set Card. Had a very good year in 1989. Led Philadelphia to 11 victories and a Wildcard playoff game. And for the 3rd straight year was the Eagles top rusher as well with 621 on the ground. Made his 2nd Pro Bowl appearance as well.
Dave Krieg 1991 Seattle Seahawks Pro Set Card
1991 Pro Set Card
Rickey Jackson 1989vNew Orleans Saints Topps Football Card #163
His 9th season with the Saints - 7.5 sacks
1990 NFL Touchdown & Rushing Yards Leader Barry Sanders | 1991 Pro Set #10
The NFL's leading Touchdown and Rushing Yards Leader in 1990 - 16 Total TDs and 1304 rushing yards - is featured here on 1991 Pro Set card #10
Darrell Green 1991 Washington Redskins Fleer Football Card
1991 Fleer Darrell Green Football Card. That season the Redskins won Super Bowl XXVI against the Buffalo Bills. He had 5 picks that season and made the All-Pro Team.
Archie Manning 2019 New Orleans Saints Panini-Donruss NFL Football Trading Card #177
Mike Ditka 1967 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Brand Football Card #29
After 6 seasons with Chicago he was traded to Philadelphia for QB Jack Concannon in 1967. Slowed down by injuries he only started 6 games.
Danny Abramowicz 1973 New Orleans Saints Topps Football Card #383
His last year with the Saints after being the team's leading receiver for their first 6 years in play. Was traded to the 49ers after 2 games in 1973.
Lyle Alzado 1979 Denver Broncos Topps Football Card #420
His 1979 Broncos Topps card - ironic because in 1979 he was in Cleveland after Denver had traded him. Credited with 80 tackles and 7 sacks his first year with the Browns.
Harold Carmichael 2004 Philadelphia Eagles Fleer Greats Trading Card #67
The Eagles Hall of Famer is featured here in this Fleer 2004 "Greats" edition. Finished his 14-year NFL career after 182 games, 590 catches, 8985 yards, a 15.2 YPC average and 79 touchdown catches.
Richard Dent 1990 Chicago Bears Score NFL Football Trading Card #28
An 8-year NFL veteran in 1990 he enjoyed a Pro Bowl season - 12 sacks, 81 tackles, 3 interceptions and 3 fumble recoveries. He even had a 45-yard fumble return touchdown against the Lions.
Jim Hart 1969 St. Louis Cardinals Topps Football Card #200
Billy Cannon 1960 Fleer Football Card
At LSU Billy Cannon won the Heisman Trophy after his famous "Halloween Run" in Tiger Stadium in 1959 against the Ole Miss Rebels. With the Tigers trailing 0-3 Cannon returned a punt 89 yards for the game winning touchdown. He was also involved in the game saving tackle as the Rebels were driving late in the game.
Bert Jones 1980 Colts Topps Card
His 1980 Topps card. He completed 55.6% of 446 passes for 3134 yards and 23 touchdowns.
Bob Griese & Roger Staubach, the 1977 NFL Passing Leaders | 1978 Topps #331
The Top 2 NFL Passers in 1977 featured on the 1978 Topps card #331 - Bob Griese of the Dolphins and Roger Staubach of the Cowboys. Griese, an AFC Pro All Pro, connected on 58.6% of his 307 passes for 2252 yards and a league leading 22 touchdown passes. NFC Pro Bowler Staubach had a 58.2% completion percentage of 361 attempts with 2620 yards and 18 touchdown passes. Griese's passer rating was 87.8 while Staubach's was 87.0.
Eric Allen 1990 Philadelphia Eagles Pro Set Football Card #243
His 3rd year in the league - 3 interceptions with 1 of them a 35-yard pick six against Dallas.
Jim Otto 1971 Oakland Raiders Topps NFL Football Card #151
His 1971 Topps card - started all 14 games for Oakland and made the Pro Bowl as the back-up center for the AFC.
Gary Anderson 1990 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Trading Card #182
The Steelers kicker had another fine year in 1990 - led Pittsburgh with 92 points. 20 of 25 field goals made and 32 xtra-points.
Warren Moon 1991 Pro Set 1990 Passing Yards & TDs Leader #9
In 1991 Pro Set lauded the Oilers QB 1990 accomplishment of leading the NFL with 4689 passing yards and 33 touchdown passes. He was also tops in pass attempts (362) and completions (584).
Hanford Dixon 1988 Cleveland Browns Topps NFL Football Trading Card #99
1988 Topps - Cleveland Browns Cornerback Hanford Dixon wa sin his 8th season in the NFL. Started 15 games and was named to his 3rd straight Pro Bowl.
Daryle Lamonica 1970 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Trading Card #50
Started all 14 games for the Raiders leading them to an AFL Western Division title and a trip to the AFL title game. 22 touchdown passes and 2516 passing yards.
Willie Anderson 1991 Los Angeles Rams Pro Set Football Card #550
His 4th year in the league represented here on this 1991 Pro Set card #550. Had 32 catches for 530 yardsand 1 touchdown.
Earnest Byner 1988 Cleveland Browns Topps Football Card #87
The Browns leading rusher in 1988 with 576 yards and the leading receiver as well with 59 catches.
John Offerdahl 1990 Miami Dolphins Score NFL Football Trading Card #235
Earned All Pro honors as well as his 5th straight Pro Bowl appearence.vStarted all 16 games and led the Doplhins with 116 tackles (98 solo).
Alan Page 1980 Chicago Bears Topps Football Card #205
NFL Legend Alan Page and his 1980 Topps card - his 14th season in the league and third with the Bears. Exteneded his game-start streak to 199 games by season's end. Scored a safety against the Saints in week 2 and touchdown on a fumble recovery against the Bengals in week 15.
Bob Brown 1970 Topps Football Insert Poster #24
The Hall of Fame Tackle on his 1970 Topps 8" X 10" Poster.
YA Tittle 1962 New York Giants Topps Football Card
A picture of YA Tittle and his 1962 Topps card, his second season as a New York Giant. That year, with a 12-2 record, he led the Giants to a Eastern Division title and the NFL Championship game against Green Bay.
Wilbert Montgomery 1980 Topps Card
Rushing & Receiving Table
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Greg Townsend 1988 Los Angeles Raiders Topps NFL Football Trading Card #338
His 1988 Topps card - led the Raiders with 11.5 sacks.
Preston Pearson 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers Topps NFL Football Trading Card #452
On his Topps 1974 card. 1974 was his last of 5 seasons with the Steelers. Sidelined part of the year with a hamstring injury he was still productive with 81 touches, 435 total yards from scrimmage, a 5.4 Yards-per-touch and 4 scores. He was waived before the start of the 1975 season. When he left the Steelers he was the franchise #7 All-Time leading rusher.
Ron Mix San Diego Chargers | 1961 Fleer Football Card
His 1961 Fleer Card. That was his 2nd year in the AFL, making both the AFL All Star and All-AFL Teams.
Lee Roy Selmon 1979 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Topps NFL Football Trading Card #123
1979 - His 4th year in the league. Selected NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 11 sacks (unofficial) and a 29-yard fumble recovery touchdown against the Lions. Named All Pro and made his 1st of 6 straight Pro Bowls.
Steve Nelson 1983 New England Patriots Topps Card
1983 - his 10th year with the Patriots. In the strike shortened season of 8 games had an interception, a fumble recovery and a sack.
Dan Marino 1991 Miami Dolphins Fleer Football Card #124
His Fleer Card from the 1991 season, his 9th year in the NFL. Completed 57.9% of his 549 passes for 3970 yards (#2 in league most yards passing) and 25 touchdowns. Named to the Pro Bowl.
Mel Gray 1988 New Orleans Saints Topps Football Card #63
His last season with New Orleans. Turned in a total of 975 Return Yards and 1 Punt Return touchdown
Lynn Dickey 1974 Houston Oilers Topps Card
Mostly known for his time with the Green Bay Packers, Dickey was actually a third round pick of the Houston Oilers in 1971. He spent 4 seasons there. This is his 1974 Topps Card.
Earl Morrall 1970 Baltimore Colts Topps Trading Football Card #88
Earl Morrall on his 1970 Topps card - 1970 was yet another unusual twist in Morrall's career. Back to backing up Johnny Unitas, he started just 1 game - a victory over Patriots. He did get a bit of revenge relieving Unitas in the last game of the season against the Jets. He threw 4 touchdowns and passed for 348 yards in a 35-20 win. As the Colts advanced to their second Super Bowl he found himself in the spotlight once again when Unitas went down with a rib injury in the 2nd quarter. Helped out by Cowboy mistakes Morrall managed to play well enough to keep the Colts in the game and eventually led the offense to Jim O'Brien's game winning field goal.
Trace Armstrong 1990 Chicago Bears Score Football Card #209
The second-year defensive end from from Florida on his 1990 Score card. Was 2nd on the Bears team in sacks with 10 and was also credited with 82 tackles.
Tom Newberry 1992 Los Angeles Rams Pro Set Football Card #222
Featured here on his 1992 Pro Set Card the former All Pro was entering his 7th year in the NFL. Started all 16 games.
Dan Hampton 1991 Pro Set Legends #696
A 12-year career with the Chicago Bears that included 161 total starts, an All Pro selection, 4 Pro Bowls, a Super Bowl Championship and a Hall of Fame induction in 2002. Defensive lineman Dan Hampton is included here in the 1991 Pro Set Legends set.
Keith Jackson 1992 Pro Set Card
Keith Jackson's 1992 Pro Set Card.
Andre Tippett 1984 New England Patriots Topps Football Card #184
1984 saw Andre Tippett with the first of his 5 Pro Bowl selections he would have during his 11-year career. Here is his Topps card from that season. He was also second in the league with 18½ sacks.
Jim Langer 1979 Miami Dolphins Topps Football Card #425
After 6 Pro Bowls and 3 All Pro Seasons 1979 was his 10th and final season in Miami. Suffered a season-ending knee injury after 9 games.
Bubba Smith 1975 Oakland Raiders Topps Football Card #33
1975 Topps - But he wasn't with the Raiders in 1975. He was released just prior to the season starting and ended up with the Oilers. He stayed in Houston through 1976 before leaving Pro Ball.
Chris Chandler 1990 Topps Traded Football Cards #130T
While he's pictured here on his 1990 Topps card as a Buccaneer, Chris Chandler was traded halfway through the season to the Phoenix Cardinals and stayed with them through 1993.
Frank Gifford 1956 New York Giants Topps NFL Football Card #53
The Giants Frank Gifford on his 1956 Topps card - In 1956 the Giants defeated the Chicago Bears for the NFL Title and Frank Gifford was a big part of it. Leading the league with 1422 Total Yards from Scrimmage he was named to his second straight All Pro Team and his 4th consecutive Pro Bowl.
Bob Avellini 1980 Chicago Bears Topps Football Card #82
Art Shell 1991 Los Angeles Raiders Pro Set 1990 Coach of the Year Football Card #4
After leading the Raiders to a 12-4 mark, an AFC West Division title and a trip to the AFC Championship he was named the 1990 NFL Coach of the Year.
Ronnie Lott 1991 Los Angeles Raiders Pro Set Football Card #546
In 1991 he left the 49ers and and joined the Raiders through. Had an outstanding season leading the league with 8 interceptions, making the Pro Bowl for the 10th time and the All Pro Team for the 6th time.
Drew Pearson & MacArthur Lane, 1976 League Reception Leaders | 1977 Topps Card #2
1977 Topps Card #2 showing off the NFL's 1976 Reception Leaders. Drew Pearson was first in the NFC with 58 catches while MacArthur Lane was the AFC's best with 66.
Tony Casillias 1993 Dallas Cowboys Topps Trading Card
His 1993 Topps card. It was his 8th season in the NFL and his 3rd as a Cowboy. He started 14 games and had a pair of sacks.
Bobby Layne 1961 Pittsburgh Steelers Fleer NFL Football Trading Card #117
His 14th of 15 NFL seasons the Great Bobby Layne on his 1961 Fleer card. Suffered an injury early in the season and only started 6 games. Still threw for 1205 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Gene Washington 1973 San Francisco 49ers Topps Football Card #90
Coming off a Pro Bowl year in 1971, here is his 1972 Topps card. Not only did he repeat as a Pro Bowler he was named All Pro while leading the NFL with 12 touchdown catches.
His numbers for 1972 - 46 catches, 918 yards, a 20.0 yards-per-catch average and the 12 scores.
Archie Manning 1982 New Orleans Saints Topps Football Card #408
From 1982 - Archie's last year with the Saints.
John Hannah 1984 New England Patriots Topps Football Card #137
The Hall of Famer's 1984 Topps card reflected his Pro Bowl selection from the previous season. In 1984 (his 12th year in the NFL), he repeated as a Pro Bowler for the 7th straight time.
Kenny Stabler 1983 NO Saints Topps Card
His 1983 Topps card when he was with Bum Phillips and the New Orleans Saints.
Anthony Munoz 1990 Cincinnati Bengals Topps NFL Football Trading Card #278
1990 was his 6th consecutive All Pro Year and the 9th of his 13-year NFL career.
Anthony Carter 1990 Minnesota Vikings Fleer Football Trading Card #96
1990 Fleer - The Vikings leading receiver with 70 catches, 1008 yards and 8 touchdowns.
Warren Moon 1990 Houston Oilers Topps Football Card
His 1990 Houston Oilers Topps Football Card - Pro Bowl season he led the NFL in attempts (362) - completions (584) yards (4689) and touchdown passes (33). Both His passer rating of 96.8 and his percentage completion ratio of 61.9% were 2nd in the league as well.
John Alt 1991 Score Trading Card
1991 Score Football Card of the Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro Offensive Tackle.
Larry Brown 1972 Topps Card
His Topps trading card from 1972 when he was named the NFL MVP and the Offensive Player of the Year.
John Offerdahl 1991 Dolphins Topps Card
His 1991 Topps card. Unfortunately, it was this season that injuries began slow done the former All-Pro as his playing time was greatly reduced for the rest of his career.
Mike Haynes 1989 LA Raiders Pro Set Football Card #462
Hall of Famer Mike Haynes last season of a 14-year career, 7 seasons as a Patriot and 7 as a Raider. When he retired in 1989 he ranked #12 on the Raiders All Time Interception list with 18. His 28 as a Patriot was still #4 for that franchise.
Joe Ferguson Buffalo Bills 1991 Pro Set Legends Set Football Card
Bills quarterback for 12 seasons - honored here on the 1991 Pro Set Legends cards.
Keith Jackson 1992 Philadelphia Eagles Upper Deck Football Card
His 1992 Upper Deck Card.
Warren Moon 1988 Houston Oilers Topps Team Leaders Card #102
Warren Moon graces the Houston Oilers Topps Team Leaders card. Printed in 1988 is lists the Teams leaders of the 1987 season as well as the schedule and results.
Preston Pearson 1980 Dallas Cowboys Topps NFL Football Trading Card #95
His 14th and final season in the NFL he saw limited duty. His career would end with 9545 All-Purpose Yards and a total of 32 touchdowns scored.
Ted Hendricks 1974 Topps Football Card
Ted Hendricks 1974 Topps Football Card. The significance is that it's from 1974 - the year he was traded to the Green Bay Packers. He had a great year making 5 interceptions, scoring a safety and being named All-Pro.
Bob Griese 1975 Miami Dolphins Topps NFL Football Trading Card #100
1975 - his 9th year in the league. Started 10 games before suffering a broken toe against the Colts in week 10. The Dolphins finished 10-4 and failed to make the playoffs for the first time in 6 seasons.
Mark Jackson 1990 Denver Broncos Score NFL Football Trading Card #240
Diron Talbert 1973 Washington Redskins Topps Football Card #19
One of the Redskins unsung heroes of the 1970s. Here he is on his 1973 Topps card - a 7-year NFL veteran it was his 4th with Washington.
Drew Bledsoe 2006 Dallas Cowboys Donruss Football Card
Dallas was the third and final team during his 14-year NFL career. This 2006 Donruss represents his last active season.
Brett Favre Rookie Card
While his NFL career was one solid season after another, Brett Favre was originally a 2nd round draft pick of the Atlanta Falcons in 1991. His rookie season hardly foretold of his future success. 4 attempts, no completions and 2 interceptions. And he was sacked once.
Wesley Walker 1979 New York Jets Topps NFL Football Card #141
After an All Pro season in 1978, he played in only 9 games of the 1979 season. Led the Jets with 569 receiving yards and 5 touchdown catches and was 4th in receptions with 24.
Randall Cunningham 1991 Pro Set Rushing Leaders Football Card #24
After a phenomenal season in 1990 where he led the Eagles with 942 rushing yards it only seemed right to recognize one of the most versatile quarterbacks in the league with an entry on Pro Set's 1991 Rushing Leaders card. Unfortunately he suffered a knee injury in Game 1 against the Packers and was lost for the entire season.
Bart Starr 1992 Topps Stadium Club Football Legends Card
Honored in the 1992 Topps Stadium Legends Set. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1977. 16 years in the NFL, 5 NFL Championships.
Mike Alstott 1998 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fleer "Brilliants" Football Card
His 1998 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fleer "Brilliants" Football Card. His 3rd season in the NFL. Made Pro Bowl and All-Pro Team with 846 yards rushing and a total of 9 touchdowns scored.
Seattle Seahawks 1977 Team Leaders on 1978 Topps Card #526
The Seattle Seahawks team leaders from the 1977 NFL Season shown on 1978 Topps Card #526.
Tom Fears 1955 Los Angeles Rams Bowman Football Card
His 1955 Bowman Card. It was his 8th year in the league and while his numbers may have appeared modest compared to previous seasons he still led the Rams in receiving as well as ranking #3 in the NFL for catches. His totals for the season were 44 catches, 569 yards and 2 touchdowns.