Coach Football Cards

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Picture Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Est. Retail Value (?) Grades available at nearmintcards.com
1968 KDKA Steelers Coaches 1968 KDKA Steelers 2 Coaches PSA 8, PSA 7
Bill Austin Pittsburgh Steelers guard, coach Oregon State
Mr. Berlin Pittsburgh Steelers coach
Carl DePasqua Pittsburgh Steelers coach Pittsburgh
Tom Fletcher Pittsburgh Steelers coach Arizona State
Don Heinrich Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, coach Washington College Hall of Fame 1987
Leon McLaughlin Pittsburgh Steelers center, coach UCLA
Hugh Taylor Pittsburgh Steelers end, coach Tulane, Oklahoma City University
Torgy Torgeson Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, coach Washington State
1968 Topps Dan Reeves 1968 Topps 77 Dan Reeves Dallas Cowboys halfback, coach South Carolina Reeves holds the record for Super Bowl appearances as a player or coach: 2 as a player with the Cowboys, 3 as an assistant coach with the Cowboys, and 4 as a head coach with the Broncos and Falcons.

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1969 Glendale Stamps Dan Reeves 1969 Glendale Stamps 94 Dan Reeves Dallas Cowboys halfback, coach South Carolina
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Paul Brown 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 4 Paul Brown Cincinnati Bengals coach Miami Ohio Browns Ring of Honor 2010, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967
1972 Alabama Playing Cards Bear Bryant 1972 Alabama Playing Cards 1S Bear Bryant coach Alabama College Hall of Fame 1986

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1972 Auburn Playing Cards Shug Jordan 1972 Auburn Playing Cards 1S Shug Jordan coach Auburn College Hall of Fame 1982

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1973 Alabama Playing Cards Bear Bryant 1973 Alabama Playing Cards 1S Bear Bryant coach Alabama College Hall of Fame 1986 nm+
1973 Auburn Playing Cards Shug Jordan 1973 Auburn Playing Cards 1S Shug Jordan coach Auburn College Hall of Fame 1982 Just before the 1973 season, Auburn renamed its stadium Jordan-Hare Stadium, in honor of Shug Jordan. It had been named Cliff Hare Stadium.

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1973 Nebraska Playing Cards Tom Osborne 1973 Nebraska Playing Cards 1S Tom Osborne wide receiver, coach Hastings College Hall of Fame 1999 nm
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Bill Mallory 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 1S Bill Mallory coach Miami Ohio ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Tom Batta 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 3S Tom Batta coach Kent State ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards George Belu 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 4S George Belu coach Ohio Belu was an end in the CFL in 1963 and 1964. He played for the Ottawa Rough Riders and Saskatchewan Roughriders. ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Ron Corradini 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 5S Ron Corradini coach Miami Ohio ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Gary Durchik 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 6S Gary Durchik coach Miami Ohio ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Floyd Keith 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 7S Floyd Keith coach Ohio Northern ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Bob Reublin 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 8S Bob Reublin coach Bowling Green ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Dan Stavely 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 9S Dan Stavely coach Denver ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Les Steckel 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 10S Les Steckel coach Kansas ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Milan Vooletich 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 11S Milan Vooletich coach Geneva College ex
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Dwight Wallace 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 12S Dwight Wallace coach Bowling Green ex
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Sammy Baugh 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 2 Sammy Baugh quarterback, coach TCU College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Redskins Ring of Fame 2000 Baugh still holds 2 NFL records: highest punting average for a season, with 51.4 yards per punt, and highest gain per pass in a game, with 18.58 yards per pass.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Bert Bell 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 4 Bert Bell coach, commissioner Pennsylvania Eagles Honor Roll 1987, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 The NFL's college draft was Bell's idea; he proposed it to even out the talent among the teams. The first draft was held in 1936.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Paul Brown 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 5 Paul Brown coach Miami Ohio Browns Ring of Honor 2010, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967 Brown coached the Cleveland Browns to 7 AAFC and NFL championships in 17 seasons.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Guy Chamberlin 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 7 Guy Chamberlin end, coach Nebraska, Nebraska Wesleyan College Hall of Fame 1962, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965 Chamberlin coached NFL teams from four cities to five championships in the 1920s. He also played on four of those championship teams.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Jimmy Conzelman 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 9 Jimmy Conzelman quarterback, coach Washington (St. Louis) Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1964 Conzelman was a player/coach for the Rock Island Independents, Milwaukee Badgers, Detroit Panthers, and Providence Steam Roller in the 1920s. He also played a season of minor league baseball for the Rock Island Islanders.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll George Halas 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 16 George Halas coach, end Illinois Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 Halas played for the Bears for 9 seasons and coached them for 40. He also played 12 games for baseball's New York Yankees in 1919.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Curly Lambeau 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 25 Curly Lambeau coach, halfback Notre Dame Packers Hall of Fame 1970, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 Lambeau founded the Green Bay Packers in 1919, two years before the team joined the NFL. He played for 11 years and coached the team for 31 years. He also coached the Chicago Cardinals and Washington Redskins for 4 years at the end of his career.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Vince Lombardi 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 27 Vince Lombardi coach Fordham Packers Hall of Fame 1975, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, Redskins Ring of Fame 2000 Lombardi won 5 NFL championships in 9 seasons in Green Bay.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Steve Owen 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 38 Steve Owen tackle, coach Phillips Giants Ring of Honor 2010, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1966 Owen coached the New York Giants for 24 seasons, 1931-1953. He also played 9 seasons for the Kansas City Blues/Cowboys, Cleveland Bulldogs, and New York Giants.

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1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Norm Van Brocklin 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 48 Norm Van Brocklin quarterback, coach Oregon College Hall of Fame 1966, Eagles Honor Roll 1987, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971 Van Brocklin passed for 554 yards in a game against the New York Yanks in 1951. That is still an NFL record.

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1974 Nebraska Playing Cards Tom Osborne 1974 Nebraska Playing Cards 1S Tom Osborne wide receiver, coach Hastings College Hall of Fame 1999 Osborne played for the Washington Redskins in 1960 and 1961, but he did not appear on a card as a player. nm
1974 USC Discs John McKay 1974 USC Discs 19 John McKay coach Oregon, Purdue College Hall of Fame 1988 McKay coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976 to 1984.
1974 West Virginia Playing Cards Mountaineer Coaching Staff 1974 West Virginia Playing Cards 1D Mountaineer Coaching Staff Garrett Ford played for the Denver Broncos in 1968. nm+
1974 West Virginia Playing Cards Bobby Bowden 1974 West Virginia Playing Cards 1S Bobby Bowden coach Alabama, Howard nm+
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Guy Chamberlin 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 5 Guy Chamberlin end, coach Nebraska, Nebraska Wesleyan College Hall of Fame 1962, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll George Halas 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 7 George Halas coach, end Illinois Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Jimmy Conzelman 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 8 Jimmy Conzelman quarterback, coach Washington (St. Louis) Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1964
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Steve Owen 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 15 Steve Owen tackle, coach Phillips Giants Ring of Honor 2010, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1966 nm
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Bert Bell 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 23 Bert Bell coach, commissioner Pennsylvania Eagles Honor Roll 1987, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Paul Brown 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 24 Paul Brown coach Miami Ohio Browns Ring of Honor 2010, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Curly Lambeau 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 31 Curly Lambeau coach, halfback Notre Dame Packers Hall of Fame 1970, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Vince Lombardi 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 32 Vince Lombardi coach Fordham Packers Hall of Fame 1975, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, Redskins Ring of Fame 2000
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Norm Van Brocklin 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 46 Norm Van Brocklin quarterback, coach Oregon College Hall of Fame 1966, Eagles Honor Roll 1987, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971 nm-mt oc
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Sammy Baugh 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 50 Sammy Baugh quarterback, coach TCU College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Redskins Ring of Fame 2000
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Wayne Millner 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 60 Wayne Millner end, coach Notre Dame College Hall of Fame 1990, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, Redskins Ring of Fame 2000
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Joe Stydahar 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 63 Joe Stydahar tackle, coach Pittsburgh, West Virginia College Hall of Fame 1972, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967 nm
1975 Fleer Immortal Roll Greasy Neale 1975 Fleer Immortal Roll 69 Greasy Neale coach West Virginia Wesleyan College Hall of Fame 1967, Eagles Honor Roll 1987, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1969
1977 Touchdown Club George Halas 1977 Touchdown Club 2 George Halas coach, end Illinois Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 nm-mt
1977 Touchdown Club Jim Lee Howell 1977 Touchdown Club 17 Jim Lee Howell coach Arkansas Giants Ring of Honor 2010 nm
1977 Touchdown Club Hampton Pool 1977 Touchdown Club 19 Hampton Pool end, coach California, Army nm

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