Coach Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1965 Philadelphia Vikings Play of the Year 1965 Philadelphia 112 Vikings Play of the Year
Norm Van Brocklin Minnesota Vikings quarterback, coach Oregon College Hall of Fame 1966, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, Eagles Honor Roll 1987
1965 Philadelphia Giants Play of the Year 1965 Philadelphia 126 Giants Play of the Year Allie Sherman is a member of the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
Allie Sherman New York Giants quarterback, coach Brooklyn
1965 Philadelphia Eagles Play of the Year 1965 Philadelphia 140 Eagles Play of the Year
Joe Kuharich Philadelphia Eagles linebacker, coach Notre Dame
1965 Philadelphia Steelers Play of the Year 1965 Philadelphia 154 Steelers Play of the Year
Buddy Parker Pittsburgh Steelers fullback, coach Centenary
1965 Philadelphia Cardinals Play of the Year 1965 Philadelphia 168 Cardinals Play of the Year nm
Wally Lemm St. Louis Cardinals coach Carroll
1965 Topps Billy Joe 1965 Topps 33 Billy Joe Buffalo Bills fullback, coach Villanova College Hall of Fame 2007 Joe was the MVP of the 1961 Sun Bowl.
1965 Topps CFL Hugh Campbell 1965 Topps CFL 91 Hugh Campbell Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver, coach Washington State Canadian Football Hall of Fame 2000 Campbell was the head coach of the Houston Oilers in 1984 and 1985.
1966 Topps Billy Joe 1966 Topps 81 Billy Joe Miami Dolphins fullback, coach Villanova College Hall of Fame 2007 nm
1967 Philadelphia Dan Reeves 1967 Philadelphia 58 Dan Reeves Dallas Cowboys halfback, coach South Carolina Rookie card
1967 Royal Castle Dolphins Billy Joe 1967 Royal Castle Dolphins 14 Billy Joe Miami Dolphins fullback, coach Villanova College Hall of Fame 2007 After he retired as a player, Joe was a college head coach for 33 seasons. PSA 6
1967 Royal Castle Dolphins George Wilson Sr. 1967 Royal Castle Dolphins 27 George Wilson Sr. Miami Dolphins end, coach Northwestern Short print
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.
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 Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, Browns Ring of Honor 2010
1972 Alabama Playing Cards Bear Bryant 1972 Alabama Playing Cards 1S Bear Bryant coach Alabama College Hall of Fame 1986
1972 Auburn Playing Cards Shug Jordan 1972 Auburn Playing Cards 1S Shug Jordan coach Auburn College Hall of Fame 1982
1973 Alabama Playing Cards Bear Bryant 1973 Alabama Playing Cards 1S Bear Bryant coach Alabama College Hall of Fame 1986
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. mint
1973 Florida Playing Cards Doug Dickey 1973 Florida Playing Cards 1S Doug Dickey coach Florida College Hall of Fame 2003 Dickey was the head coach at Tennessee from 1964 to 1969, and at Florida from 1970 to 1978. His overall record was 104-58-6. nm
1973 Nebraska Playing Cards Tom Osborne 1973 Nebraska Playing Cards 1S Tom Osborne wide receiver, coach Hastings College Hall of Fame 1999
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.
1974 Colorado Playing Cards Ron Corradini 1974 Colorado Playing Cards 5S Ron Corradini coach Miami Ohio ex