Rookie Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1960 Fleer||45||Tony Banfield||Houston Oilers||defensive back||Oklahoma State||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||49||Bill Brown||Boston Patriots||center||Syracuse||Rookie card||nm, PSA 7|
|1960 Fleer||51||Billy Kinard||Buffalo Bills||halfback||Mississippi||Rookie card
Kinard is the younger brother of Pro Football Hall of Famer Bruiser Kinard. He was the head coach at Mississippi from 1971 to 1973. Another brother, George, played for the NFL's Brooklyn Dodgers and AAFC's New York Yankees.
|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||55||Lou Saban||Boston Patriots||coach||Indiana||Rookie card
Saban played for the Cleveland Browns in the AAFC from 1946 to 1949.
|1960 Fleer||59||Sherrill Headrick||Dallas Texans||linebacker||TCU||Chiefs Hall of Fame 1993||Rookie card||nm+|
|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||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.
|1960 Fleer||67||Sam McCord||Oakland Raiders||quarterback||Texas A and M - Commerce||Rookie card
McCord was inducted into the Lone Star Conference Hall of Honor in 2006. He never played a regular season game in the AFL or NFL.
|1960 Fleer||68||Mike Simmons||New York Titans||end||Auburn||Rookie card||PSA 9, PSA 8, SGC 88, nm+, PSA 6|
|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||81||Chris Burford||Dallas Texans||end||Stanford||Chiefs Hall of Fame 1975, College Hall of Fame 1995||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||84||Jim Woodard||Oakland Raiders||tackle||Lamar State||Rookie card||PSA 4, vg-ex|
|1960 Fleer||85||Tom Rychlec||Buffalo Bills||end||American International||Rookie card
Rychlec played one season for the NFL's Detroit Lions before joining the Bills in 1960.
|1960 Fleer||87||Jerry Cornelison||Dallas Texans||guard||SMU||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||89||Sam DeLuca||Los Angeles Chargers||tackle, guard||South Carolina||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||90||Rommie Loudd||Los Angeles Chargers||linebacker||UCLA, Los Angeles Valley College||Rookie card||PSA 8, nm|
|1960 Fleer||96||Richie Lucas||Buffalo Bills||quarterback, halfback||Penn State||College Hall of Fame 1986||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||100||Mel Branch||Dallas Texans||defensive end||LSU||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||102||Charlie Flowers||Los Angeles Chargers||fullback||Mississippi||College Hall of Fame 1997||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||111||Bob Dee||Boston Patriots||defensive end||Holy Cross||Patriots Hall of Fame 1993||Rookie card|
|1960 Fleer||115||Stan Flowers||Boston Patriots||halfback||Georgia Tech||Rookie card||nm|
|1960 Fleer||116||Hank Stram||Dallas Texans||coach||Purdue||Chiefs Hall of Fame 1987, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2003||Rookie card
Stram was inducted into the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame in 1985.