Halfback Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1954 Bowman||49cor||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||This variation has Chandnois spelled correctly on the back.||PSA 7|
|1954 Bowman||49err||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||Error card
This variation has Chandnois misspelled "Chadnois" on the back.
|1954 Bowman||50||George Taliaferro||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Indiana||College Hall of Fame 1981|
|1954 Bowman||54||Hugh McElhenny||San Francisco 49ers||halfback||Washington||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1970, College Hall of Fame 1981, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009||PSA 7|
|1954 Bowman||55||Frank Gifford||New York Giants||halfback||USC, Bakersfield College||College Hall of Fame 1975, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1977||vg-ex|
|1954 Bowman||60||Charley Trippi||Chicago Cardinals||halfback||Georgia||College Hall of Fame 1959, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006||exmt|
|1954 Bowman||64||Ray Renfro||Cleveland Browns||halfback||North Texas||Renfro's brother, Dean Renfro, played for the Baltimore Colts in 1955.||nm|
|1954 Bowman||90||Chet Hanulak||Cleveland Browns||halfback||Maryland||Short print|
|1954 Bowman||93||Ray McKown||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback||TCU||Short print, error card
McKown's first name is Ray; this card is the only place I have seen him called Daniel. McKown is a member of the TCU Lettermen's Association Hall of Fame.
|1954 Bowman||98||Paul Barry||Washington Redskins||halfback||Tulsa||PSA 8, PSA 7|
|1954 Bowman||104||Jerome Williams||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback||Washington State, Idaho||Williams had the NFL's longest pass reception in 1954, an 84-yarder.||PSA 7|
|1954 Bowman||105||Veryl Switzer||Green Bay Packers||halfback||Kansas State||Rookie card
Switzer averaged 12.8 yards per punt return in 1954, best in the NFL.
|1954 Bowman||106||Billy Stone||Chicago Bears||halfback||Bradley||Stone is a member of the Greater Peoria Sports Hall of Fame.||exmt|
|1954 Bowman||114||Richard Lemmon||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback||California||PSA 8, exmt|
|1954 Bowman||115||Al Carmichael||Green Bay Packers||halfback||USC||Packers Hall of Fame 1974||Rookie card|
|1954 Bowman||119||Ray Smith||Chicago Bears||defensive back, halfback||Midwestern State||exmt|
|1954 Bowman||124||Bob Hoernschemeyer||Detroit Lions||halfback||Indiana||exmt|
|1954 Bowman||125||Wilford White||Chicago Bears||halfback||Arizona State||Rookie card
White played for the Bears in 1951 and 1952, but he did not appear on a football card until 1954. His son, Danny White, was a quarterback and punter for the Dallas Cowboys for 13 seasons.
|1954 Bowman||128||John Lattner||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Notre Dame||Heisman Trophy 1953, College Hall of Fame 1979||Rookie card
Lattner placed fifth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1952, and he won it in 1953. See my page of football cards of Heisman candidates.
|1954 Rams Team Issue||11||Elroy Hirsch||Los Angeles Rams||end, halfback||Wisconsin, Michigan||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974||Hirsch was the MVP of the 1946 College All-Star game. The All-Stars beat the NFL Champion Rams, 16-0.|
|1954 Rams Team Issue||16||Tom McCormick||Los Angeles Rams||halfback||Pacific||At the College of the Pacific, McCormick set school records for career rushing yards, season rushing yards, and touchdowns in a season.|
|1954 Rams Team Issue||23||Volney Quinlan||Los Angeles Rams||halfback||San Diego State||exmt|
|1954 Rams Team Issue||30||Dan Towler||Los Angeles Rams||halfback, fullback||Washington and Jefferson||ex|
|1955 49ers Team Issue||2||Joe Arenas||San Francisco 49ers||halfback||Nebraska - Omaha||nm|
|1955 49ers Team Issue||6||Rex Berry||San Francisco 49ers||halfback, defensive back||Brigham Young|