Halfback Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1960 Fleer||54||Frank Bernardi||Denver Broncos||halfback||Colorado||Rookie card
Bernardi was inducted into the University of Colorado Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012. The image on this card pictures him in his Colorado uniform, though he was playing in the NFL by 1955.
|1960 Fleer||63||Bob McNamara||Boston Patriots||halfback||Minnesota||Rookie card
This card shows McNamara with the Boston Patriots, but he played for the Denver Broncos in 1960.
|1960 Fleer||65||Willie Evans||Buffalo Bills||halfback||Buffalo||nm|
|1960 Fleer||66||Billy Cannon||Houston Oilers||halfback||LSU||Heisman Trophy 1959, College Hall of Fame 2008||Rookie card
The Los Angeles Rams chose Cannon with the first overall pick in the 1960 NFL draft. He opted to play in the AFL instead.
|PSA 9, PSA 8|
|1960 Fleer||69||Jim Swink||Dallas Texans||halfback||TCU||College Hall of Fame 1980||Swink was second to Howard Cassady in Heisman voting in 1955.|
|1960 Fleer||71||Gerhard Schwedes||Boston Patriots||halfback||Syracuse||Rookie card
Schwedes played two seasons for the AFL's Boston Patriots and New York Titans. His son, Scott, was a wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers.
|1960 Fleer||73||Abner Haynes||Dallas Texans||halfback||North Texas||Chiefs Hall of Fame 1991||Rookie card||PSA 7, exmt|
|1960 Fleer||76||Paul Lowe||Los Angeles Chargers||halfback||Oregon State||Chargers Hall of Fame 1979||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||78||Blanche Martin||New York Titans||halfback||Michigan State|
|1960 Fleer||86||Bob Cox||Boston Patriots||halfback||Washington, Minnesota||PSA 9, nm|
|1960 Fleer||88||Jack Work||Denver Broncos||halfback||Denver||PSA 8|
|1960 Fleer||96||Richie Lucas||Buffalo Bills||quarterback, halfback||Penn State||College Hall of Fame 1986||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||99||Bill Mathis||Houston Oilers||halfback||Clemson||nm+|
|1960 Fleer||110||Al Carmichael||Denver Broncos||halfback||USC||Packers Hall of Fame 1974||Carmichael scored the first touchdown in AFL history, on a 59-yard reception from Frank Tripucka.|
|1960 Fleer||115||Stan Flowers||Boston Patriots||halfback||Georgia Tech||Rookie card||nm|
|1960 Fleer||120||Elvin Caldwell||Boston Patriots||halfback||Indiana||PSA 9, nm|
|1960 Fleer||130||Ron Burton||Boston Patriots||halfback||Northwestern||College Hall of Fame 1990||Rookie card|
|1960 Kahns||4||Preston Carpenter||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Arkansas||PSA 8.5, PSA 7|
|1960 Kahns||18||Bobby Mitchell||Cleveland Browns||halfback||Illinois||Redskins Ring of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1983, Browns Ring of Honor 2010|
|1960 Kahns||27||Ray Renfro||Cleveland Browns||halfback||North Texas||PSA 6|
|1960 Kahns||35||Tom Tracy||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Tennessee|
|1960 Mayrose Cardinals||6||John David Crow||St. Louis Cardinals||halfback||Texas A and M||Heisman Trophy 1957, College Hall of Fame 1976||Crow had an 83-yard run in the second game of his career, in 1958. That is still a Cardinals team record.||PSA 10, PSA 9|
|1960 Mayrose Cardinals||10||Bobby Joe Conrad||St. Louis Cardinals||halfback||Texas A and M||Conrad played several positions during his NFL career: halfback, defensive back, kicker, and wide receiver. He also returned punts and kickoffs.||PSA 8|
|1960 Topps||3||Lenny Moore||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Penn State||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1975|
|1960 Topps||14||Willie Galimore||Chicago Bears||halfback||Florida A and M||College Hall of Fame 1999|