Halfback Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1963 Topps CFL Billy Gray 1963 Topps CFL 64 Billy Gray Saskatchewan Roughriders halfback Maryland Eastern Shore exmt
1963 Topps CFL Dave Mann 1963 Topps CFL 69 Dave Mann Toronto Argonauts halfback Oregon State Mann had a 102-yard punt in 1966, third-longest in CFL history. (The field in the CFL is 110 yards long.) PSA 8
1963 Topps CFL Dick Shatto 1963 Topps CFL 70 Dick Shatto Toronto Argonauts halfback Kentucky Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1975 nm
1963 Topps CFL Clare Exelby 1963 Topps CFL 72 Clare Exelby Toronto Argonauts halfback
1963 Topps CFL Art Johnson 1963 Topps CFL 73 Art Johnson Toronto Argonauts halfback Michigan State PSA 7
1963 Topps CFL Leo Lewis 1963 Topps CFL 78 Leo Lewis Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback Lincoln University Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1973, College Hall of Fame 2005 Two of Lewis's sons also played professional football. Leo Lewis III played for the Calgary Stampeders, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Minnesota Vikings, and Cleveland Browns. Marc Lewis played for the Ottawa Rough Riders and Calgary Stampeders, and for the USFL's Denver Gold and Oakland Invaders. PSA 7
1963 Topps CFL Henry Janzen 1963 Topps CFL 80 Henry Janzen Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback North Dakota PSA 7
1963 Topps CFL Ron Latourelle 1963 Topps CFL 86 Ron Latourelle Winnipeg Blue Bombers halfback
1964 Kahns Dick Bass 1964 Kahns 3 Dick Bass Los Angeles Rams halfback Pacific
1964 Kahns Bobby Joe Conrad 1964 Kahns 8 Bobby Joe Conrad St. Louis Cardinals halfback Texas A and M
1964 Kahns Ernie Green 1964 Kahns 15 Ernie Green Cleveland Browns halfback Louisville The Packers chose Green in the 1962 NFL Draft but traded him to the Browns before the beginning of the season.
1964 Kahns Paul Hornung 1964 Kahns 17 Paul Hornung Green Bay Packers halfback Notre Dame Heisman Trophy 1956, Packers Hall of Fame 1975, College Hall of Fame 1985, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1986
1964 Kahns Tommy Mason 1964 Kahns 25 Tommy Mason Minnesota Vikings halfback Tulane
1964 Kahns Bobby Mitchell 1964 Kahns 27 Bobby Mitchell Washington Redskins halfback Illinois Redskins Ring of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1983, Browns Ring of Honor 2010
1964 Kahns Don Perkins 1964 Kahns 32 Don Perkins Dallas Cowboys halfback New Mexico Cowboys Ring of Honor 1976
1964 Kahns J.D. Smith 1964 Kahns 41 J.D. Smith San Francisco 49ers halfback North Carolina A and T
1964 Kahns Alex Webster 1964 Kahns 52 Alex Webster New York Giants halfback North Carolina State Giants Ring of Honor 2011 When he retired after the 1964 season, Webster's 1196 carries, 4638 rushing yards, and 39 rushing touchdowns were all Giants career records.
1964 Philadelphia Tom Matte 1964 Philadelphia 6 Tom Matte Baltimore Colts halfback Ohio State Rookie card
1964 Philadelphia Willie Galimore 1964 Philadelphia 19 Willie Galimore Chicago Bears halfback Florida A and M College Hall of Fame 1999 Galimore died in a car accident before the 1964 season. The Bears retired his jersey number, 28. See the Gallery's retired numbers page for the retired numbers of all of the NFL teams.
1964 Philadelphia Bennie McRae 1964 Philadelphia 21 Bennie McRae Chicago Bears defensive back, halfback Michigan Rookie card PSA 9, SGC 92, PSA 8, SGC 88, nm
1964 Philadelphia Johnny Morris 1964 Philadelphia 22 Johnny Morris Chicago Bears halfback UC Santa Barbara Morris led the NFL with 93 receptions and 1200 receiving yards in 1964. SGC 96, SGC 88, nm-mt
1964 Philadelphia Ernie Green 1964 Philadelphia 35 Ernie Green Cleveland Browns halfback Louisville Rookie card

Green led the Browns with 10 touchdowns in 1964.
1964 Philadelphia Charley Scales 1964 Philadelphia 39 Charley Scales Cleveland Browns halfback Indiana Rookie card
1964 Philadelphia Frank Clarke 1964 Philadelphia 44 Frank Clarke Dallas Cowboys halfback Colorado Rookie card
1964 Philadelphia Tommy McDonald 1964 Philadelphia 50 Tommy McDonald Dallas Cowboys end, halfback Oklahoma College Hall of Fame 1985, Eagles Honor Roll 1988, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1998