Rookie Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1950 Bowman||77||Bob Kelly||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Notre Dame||Rookie card
Kelly placed sixth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1944. See my football cards of Heisman candidates page.
|1950 Bowman||78||Dante Lavelli||Cleveland Browns||end||Ohio State||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1975, Browns Ring of Honor 2010||Rookie card||PSA 3|
|1950 Bowman||79||Tony Adamle||Cleveland Browns||center, fullback||Ohio State||Rookie card
Adamle served in the Air Force in World War II.
|1950 Bowman||80||Dick Wildung||Green Bay Packers||guard, tackle||Minnesota||College Hall of Fame 1957, Packers Hall of Fame 1973||Rookie card||exmt+|
|1950 Bowman||81||Tobin Rote||Green Bay Packers||quarterback||Rice||Packers Hall of Fame 1974||Rookie card||PSA 6|
|1950 Bowman||82||Paul Burris||Green Bay Packers||guard, halfback||Tulsa, Oklahoma||Rookie card
Burris played three seasons in the NFL, 1949-1951, all with the Packers.
|PSA 8, PSA 6|
|1950 Bowman||84||Barney Poole||New York Yanks||end||Army, Mississippi||College Hall of Fame 1974||Rookie card||nm|
|1950 Bowman||87||Bob Reinhard||Los Angeles Rams||halfback, tackle||California||Rookie card
Reinhard played four seasons for the AAFC's Los Angeles Dons, and one for the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. His brother, Bill Reinhard, also played for the Dons.
|1950 Bowman||90||Jerry Shipkey||Pittsburgh Steelers||fullback||USC, UCLA||Steelers Legends Team||Rookie card||exmt|
|1950 Bowman||92||Buster Ramsey||Chicago Cardinals||guard, coach||William and Mary||College Hall of Fame 1978||Rookie card
Ramsey played six seasons for the Cardinals. His brother Knox also played for the Cardinals in 1950.
|1950 Bowman||99||Jim Keane||Chicago Bears||end||Iowa, Northwestern||Rookie card
Keane played from 1946 to 1952 for the Bears and Packers. His brother, Tom Keane, also played in the NFL.
|1950 Bowman||101||Harry Ulinski||Washington Redskins||center||Kentucky||Rookie card
Ulinski's older brother, Ed Ulinski, played four seasons for the Cleveland Browns in the AAFC.
|1950 Bowman||106||Ed Carr||San Francisco 49ers||defensive back, running back||Rookie card||nm|
|1950 Bowman||109||Wally Triplett||Detroit Lions||halfback||Penn State||Rookie card
Triplett averaged 73.5 yards per kickoff return in a game in 1950. That is still an NFL record.
|1950 Bowman||110||Joe Watson||Detroit Lions||center||Rice||Rookie card
Watson, Bill Burkhalter, and Froggy Williams were the MVPs of the January 1, 1950, Cotton Bowl Classic.
|1950 Bowman||111||Cloyce Box||Detroit Lions||end||West Texas A and M||Rookie card
Box had 302 yards receiving in a game against the Baltimore Colts in 1950.
|1950 Bowman||112||Billy Stone||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Bradley||Rookie card||nm|
|1950 Bowman||115||Ken Carpenter||Cleveland Browns||halfback||Oregon State||Rookie card|
|1950 Bowman||116||Lou Rymkus||Cleveland Browns||tackle, coach||Notre Dame||Rookie card||vg-ex|
|1950 Bowman||117||Dub Jones||Cleveland Browns||halfback||LSU, Tulane||Rookie card|
|1950 Bowman||121||George Ratterman||New York Yanks||quarterback||Notre Dame||Rookie card|
|1950 Bowman||123||Buddy Young||New York Yanks||halfback||Illinois||College Hall of Fame 1968||Rookie card
Young finished fifth in Heisman Trophy voting in 1944--as a freshman. See my football cards of Heisman candidates page.
|1950 Bowman||124||Jack Zilly||Los Angeles Rams||end||Notre Dame||Rookie card||nm|
|1950 Bowman||128||Jim Finks||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||Tulsa||Saints Hall of Fame 1994, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1995, Vikings Ring of Honor 1998||Rookie card||PSA 7|
|1950 Bowman||131||Ventan Yablonski||Chicago Cardinals||fullback||Columbia, Fordham||Rookie card||exmt|