End Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1972 Topps Lance Alworth 1972 Topps 248 Lance Alworth Dallas Cowboys end Arkansas Chargers Hall of Fame 1977, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1978, College Hall of Fame 1984 Alworth was the first player from the AFL to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
1972 Topps Otis Taylor All-Pro 1972 Topps 270 Otis Taylor All-Pro
Otis Taylor Kansas City Chiefs end Prairie View Chiefs Hall of Fame 1982
1972 Topps Bob Lilly All-Pro 1972 Topps 280 Bob Lilly All-Pro
Bob Lilly Dallas Cowboys end TCU Cowboys Ring of Honor 1975, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1980, College Hall of Fame 1981
1972 Topps Carroll Dale 1972 Topps 304 Carroll Dale Green Bay Packers end VPI Packers Hall of Fame 1979, College Hall of Fame 1987
1973 Auburn Playing Cards Sherman Moon 1973 Auburn Playing Cards 12C Sherman Moon end Auburn mint
1973 Topps 1972 Receiving Leaders 1973 Topps 3 1972 Receiving Leaders
Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders end Florida State Pro Football Hall of Fame 1988, College Hall of Fame 1991
Harold Jackson Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Jackson State
1973 Topps Howard Twilley 1973 Topps 21 Howard Twilley Miami Dolphins end Tulsa College Hall of Fame 1992
1973 Topps Lance Alworth 1973 Topps 61 Lance Alworth Dallas Cowboys end Arkansas Chargers Hall of Fame 1977, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1978, College Hall of Fame 1984 Alworth retired before the 1973 season.
1973 Topps Don Maynard 1973 Topps 175 Don Maynard New York Jets end Texas-El Paso Pro Football Hall of Fame 1987, Jets Ring of Honor 2010 Though this card shows him with the Jets, Maynard played for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973. In 1974 he played for the WFL's Houston Texans/Shreveport Steamer.
1973 Topps Dave Parks 1973 Topps 179 Dave Parks Houston Oilers end, flanker Texas Tech College Hall of Fame 2008
1973 Topps Walt Patulski 1973 Topps 293 Walt Patulski Buffalo Bills end Notre Dame Rookie card

The Bills chose Patulski with the first overall pick in the 1972 NFL draft.
1973 Topps Otis Taylor 1973 Topps 310 Otis Taylor Kansas City Chiefs end Prairie View Chiefs Hall of Fame 1982
1973 Topps Fred Biletnikoff 1973 Topps 320 Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders end Florida State Pro Football Hall of Fame 1988, College Hall of Fame 1991
1973 Topps Dan Abramowicz 1973 Topps 383 Dan Abramowicz New Orleans Saints end Xavier Saints Hall of Fame 1988 Two games into the 1973 season, the Saints traded Abramowicz to the 49ers.
1973 Topps Carroll Dale 1973 Topps 399 Carroll Dale Green Bay Packers end VPI Packers Hall of Fame 1979, College Hall of Fame 1987
1973 Topps Bob Lilly 1973 Topps 450 Bob Lilly Dallas Cowboys end TCU Cowboys Ring of Honor 1975, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1980, College Hall of Fame 1981
1973 Topps Jerry Simmons 1973 Topps 484 Jerry Simmons Denver Broncos end Bethune-Cookman
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.
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.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Bill Hewitt 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 19 Bill Hewitt end Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, Eagles Honor Roll 1987 Hewitt was the last NFL player to play without a helmet.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Elroy Hirsch 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 21 Elroy Hirsch end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Hirsch was named the NFL's all-time flanker in 1969.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Don Hutson 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 24 Don Hutson end Alabama College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Packers Hall of Fame 1972 Hutson led the NFL in receptions eight times and in touchdown receptions nine times.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll John McNally 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 33 John McNally end Notre Dame, St. Johns (MN) Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Packers Hall of Fame 1970 McNally played 14 seasons for the Milwaukee Badgers, Duluth Eskimos, Pottsville Maroons, Green Bay Packers, and Pittsburgh Pirates. He was also the head coach of the Pirates for 3 seasons.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Pete Pihos 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 40 Pete Pihos end Indiana College Hall of Fame 1966, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1970, Eagles Honor Roll 1987 Pihos led the NFL in receptions in each of his last three seasons, 1953 to 1955.
1974 Topps Walt Patulski 1974 Topps 79 Walt Patulski Buffalo Bills end Notre Dame Patulski placed ninth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1971. See my page of football cards of Heisman Trophy candidates.