Halfback Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1948 Leaf||78||Clarence Self||halfback, defensive back||Wisconsin||Rookie card
Self played from 1949 to 1955 for the Chicago Cardinals, Detroit Lions, and Green Bay Packers.
|1948 Leaf||81M||Billy Bye||halfback||Minnesota||Rookie card
|1948 Leaf||81R||Billy Bye||halfback||Minnesota||Rookie card
|1948 Leaf||84||Jug Girard||Green Bay Packers||halfback, end||Wisconsin||Rookie card|
|1948 Leaf||85||Joe Scott||New York Giants||halfback, end||Texas A and M, San Francisco||Rookie card|
|1948 Leaf||93||Frank Aschenbrenner||halfback||Marquette, Northwestern||Rookie card
Aschenbrenner played one season for the AAFC's Chicago Rockets and one season for the CFL's Montreal Alouettes.
|1948 Topps Magic Photos||3C||Doak Walker||halfback||SMU||Heisman Trophy 1948, College Hall of Fame 1959, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1986||PSA 5|
|1948 Topps Magic Photos||11C||Bob Chappuis||halfback||Michigan||College Hall of Fame 1988|
|1948 Topps Magic Photos||1R||Wally Triplett||halfback||Penn State|
|1949 Leaf||2||Joe Scott||New York Giants||halfback, end||Texas A and M, San Francisco|
|1949 Leaf||9||Elmer Angsman||Chicago Cardinals||halfback||Notre Dame|
|1949 Leaf||16||Charley Trippi||Chicago Cardinals||halfback||Georgia||College Hall of Fame 1959, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006|
|1949 Leaf||22||Bill Dudley||Detroit Lions||halfback||Virginia||Redskins Ring of Fame, College Hall of Fame 1956, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1966, Steelers Legends Team||PSA 8.5|
|1949 Leaf||41||George McAfee||Chicago Bears||halfback||Duke||College Hall of Fame 1961, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1966||McAfee's number 5 is one of fourteen jersey numbers that have been retired by the Chicago Bears. See the Gallery's retired numbers page for the retired numbers of all of the NFL teams.|
|1949 Leaf||51||Ken Kavanaugh||Chicago Bears||halfback||LSU||College Hall of Fame 1963||vg-ex|
|1949 Leaf||65||Robert Nussbaumer||Chicago Bears||halfback, defensive back||Michigan||Nussbaumer led the NFL with 12 interceptions in 1949.||vg|
|1949 Leaf||74||Skip Minisi||New York Giants||halfback||Pennsylvania, Navy||College Hall of Fame 1985||vg+|
|1949 Leaf||79||Steve Van Buren||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback||LSU||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965, Eagles Honor Roll 1987||Van Buren rushed for 205 yards in a game against Pittsburgh in 1949, setting an Eagles team record that stood until 2013.|
|1949 Leaf||90||Jack Jacobs||Green Bay Packers||quarterback, halfback||Oklahoma||Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1963|
|1949 Leaf||95||Kenny Washington||Los Angeles Rams||fullback, halfback||UCLA||College Hall of Fame 1956|
|1949 Leaf||127||Frank Seno||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||George Washington||vg-ex|
|1950 Bowman||1||Doak Walker||Detroit Lions||halfback||SMU||Heisman Trophy 1948, College Hall of Fame 1959, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1986||Walker led the NFL in scoring in 1950, with 128 points. He was the 1950 rookie of the year.|
|1950 Bowman||9||Tony Canadeo||Green Bay Packers||halfback||Gonzaga||Packers Hall of Fame 1973, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1974||Rookie card
Canadeo played from 1941 to 1952 for the Packers. He missed most of the 1944 season and all of the 1945 season to serve in World War II.
|1950 Bowman||12||Joe Golding||New York Yanks||halfback||Oklahoma||Rookie card
Golding played from 1947 to 1952 for the Boston/New York Yanks. He led the NFL with five fumble recoveries in 1948.
|1950 Bowman||14||George Taliaferro||New York Yanks||halfback||Indiana||College Hall of Fame 1981||Taliaferro was the first African-American ever drafted by an NFL team. The Bears picked him in 1949, but he opted to play for the Los Angeles Dons of the AAFC.||nm|