Rice Alumni Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1956 Topps Dick Moegle 1956 Topps 14 Dick Moegle San Francisco 49ers defensive back Rice PSA 9 pd
1956 Topps Bill Howton 1956 Topps 19 Bill Howton Green Bay Packers end Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 Howton holds the Packers record for receiving yards in a game. He gained 257 yards on 7 receptions in a game against the Rams in 1956. PSA 6
1956 Topps San Francisco 49ers Team 1956 Topps 26 San Francisco 49ers Team San Francisco 49ers This card pictures the 1955 49ers team. Most of the players on the card also appeared on 1955 49ers Team Issue Photos.
1956 Topps Tobin Rote 1956 Topps 55 Tobin Rote Green Bay Packers quarterback Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 PSA 8, nm
1957 49ers Team Issue Dick Moegle 1957 49ers Team Issue 25 Dick Moegle San Francisco 49ers defensive back Rice exmt
1957 Topps Bill Howton 1957 Topps 33 Bill Howton Green Bay Packers end Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 nm-mt oc
1957 Topps Tobin Rote 1957 Topps 81 Tobin Rote Green Bay Packers quarterback Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 Rote played for the Detroit Lions in 1957. nm
1957 Topps Dick Moegle 1957 Topps 116 Dick Moegle San Francisco 49ers defensive back Rice
1958 49ers Team Issue Dick Moegle 1958 49ers Team Issue 23 Dick Moegle San Francisco 49ers defensive back Rice
1958 Topps Bill Howton 1958 Topps 6 Bill Howton Green Bay Packers end Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 Error card

This is the only place I have seen Howton's first name spelled "Billie."
1958 Topps San Francisco 49ers Team 1958 Topps 41 San Francisco 49ers Team San Francisco 49ers This card pictures the 1957 49ers team. You can see a much larger copy of this image on this Falstaff beer ad. Most of the players in the photo appear on 1957 49ers Team Issue photos. nm
1958 Topps Tobin Rote 1958 Topps 94 Tobin Rote Detroit Lions quarterback Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 nm
1958 Topps Detroit Lions Team 1958 Topps 115 Detroit Lions Team Detroit Lions This card pictures the 1957 Detroit Lions team. Click here to see a large, black-and-white copy of this image. This was the last Lions team to win the NFL title; they beat the Browns 59-14 in the championship game. exmt
1958 Topps Dick Moegle 1958 Topps 124 Dick Moegle San Francisco 49ers defensive back Rice ex
1959 Bazooka Tobin Rote 1959 Bazooka 15 Tobin Rote Detroit Lions quarterback Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974
1959 Bell Brand Rams Frank Ryan 1959 Bell Brand Rams 3 Frank Ryan Los Angeles Rams quarterback Rice The Rams drafted Ryan in the 5th round in 1958. He had split time at quarterback with King Hill at Rice University. PSA 6, vg
1959 Topps King Hill 1959 Topps 117 King Hill Chicago Cardinals quarterback, punter Rice Rookie card

The Cardinals chose Hill with the first overall pick in the 1958 NFL draft. He played 12 seasons for the Chicago/St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, and Minnesota Vikings.
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1959 Topps Tobin Rote 1959 Topps 170 Tobin Rote Detroit Lions quarterback Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974 PSA 6
1960 Bell Brand Rams Frank Ryan 1960 Bell Brand Rams 3 Frank Ryan Los Angeles Rams quarterback Rice Ryan's facsimile signature on this card looks different than the one on his 1962 Kahn's Wieners card. The signature on his Kahn's card looks more like others I have seen. PSA 7, poor
1960 Eagles Team Issue J.D. Smith 1960 Eagles Team Issue 10 J.D. Smith Philadelphia Eagles tackle Rice Smith's full name is Jesse Daley Smith.
1960 Kahns Dick Moegle 1960 Kahns 19 Dick Moegle Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back Rice
1960 Mayrose Cardinals Don Gillis 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 1 Don Gillis St. Louis Cardinals center Rice PSA 9
1960 Mayrose Cardinals King Hill 1960 Mayrose Cardinals 5 King Hill St. Louis Cardinals quarterback, punter Rice Hill split time at quarterback at Rice University with Frank Ryan.
1960 Topps Bill Howton 1960 Topps 27 Bill Howton Cleveland Browns end Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974
1960 Topps Frank Ryan 1960 Topps 62 Frank Ryan Los Angeles Rams quarterback Rice Rookie card

Ryan played from 1958 to 1970 for the Los Angeles Rams, Cleveland Browns, and Washington Redskins. He made the Pro Bowl three times with the Browns.
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