1951 Bowman Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1951 Bowman Elroy Hirsch 1951 Bowman 76 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Hirsch had 1495 receiving yards in 1951, breaking the single-season NFL record.
1951 Bowman Tom Kalmanir 1951 Bowman 77 Tom Kalmanir Los Angeles Rams halfback Pittsburgh, Nevada
1951 Bowman Jack Zilly 1951 Bowman 78 Jack Zilly Los Angeles Rams end Notre Dame
1951 Bowman Bruce Alford 1951 Bowman 79 Bruce Alford New York Yanks end TCU Rookie card

After his playing career, Alford was an NFL official for 20 years. His son, Bruce Alford Jr., was a kicker for the Redskins and Bills.
1951 Bowman Art Weiner 1951 Bowman 80 Art Weiner New York Yanks end North Carolina College Hall of Fame 1992 vg
1951 Bowman Brad Ecklund 1951 Bowman 81 Brad Ecklund New York Yanks center, linebacker Oregon Rookie card exmt
1951 Bowman Bosh Pritchard 1951 Bowman 82 Bosh Pritchard Philadelphia Eagles halfback Virginia Military Institute, Georgia Tech PSA 7, ex
1951 Bowman John Green 1951 Bowman 83 John Green Philadelphia Eagles end Tulsa PSA 7
1951 Bowman Ebert Van Buren 1951 Bowman 84 Ebert Van Buren Philadelphia Eagles fullback, halfback LSU Rookie card

Van Buren played for the Eagles from 1951 to 1953. He and his brother Steve were teammates in 1951.
1951 Bowman Julie Rykovich 1951 Bowman 85 Julie Rykovich Chicago Bears halfback Illinois, Notre Dame PSA 8
1951 Bowman Fred Davis 1951 Bowman 86 Fred Davis Chicago Bears guard, tackle Alabama
1951 Bowman John Hoffman 1951 Bowman 87 John Hoffman Chicago Bears halfback Arkansas Rookie card
1951 Bowman Tobin Rote 1951 Bowman 88 Tobin Rote Green Bay Packers quarterback Rice Packers Hall of Fame 1974
1951 Bowman Paul Burris 1951 Bowman 89 Paul Burris Green Bay Packers guard, halfback Tulsa, Oklahoma Burris's brother Kurt is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. SGC 86
1951 Bowman Tony Canadeo 1951 Bowman 90 Tony Canadeo Green Bay Packers halfback Gonzaga Packers Hall of Fame 1973, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1974 In 1949, Canadeo became the Packers' first 1000-yard rusher, with 1052 yards.
1951 Bowman Emlen Tunnell 1951 Bowman 91 Emlen Tunnell New York Giants defensive back Iowa, Toledo Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, Giants Ring of Honor 2010 Rookie card
1951 Bowman Otto Schnellbacher 1951 Bowman 92 Otto Schnellbacher New York Giants defensive back Kansas Schnellbacher led the NFL with 11 interceptions and 194 interception return yards in 1951.
1951 Bowman Ray Poole 1951 Bowman 93 Ray Poole New York Giants end Mississippi, North Carolina vg-ex
1951 Bowman Darrell Hogan 1951 Bowman 94 Darrell Hogan Pittsburgh Steelers guard Trinity, Baylor PSA 8
1951 Bowman Frank Sinkovitz 1951 Bowman 95 Frank Sinkovitz Pittsburgh Steelers center Duke PSA 8, vg
1951 Bowman Ernie Stautner 1951 Bowman 96 Ernie Stautner Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end, defensive tackle Boston College Pro Football Hall of Fame 1969, Steelers Legends Team, Steelers All-Time Team
1951 Bowman Elmer Angsman 1951 Bowman 97 Elmer Angsman Chicago Cardinals halfback Notre Dame vg-ex
1951 Bowman Jack Jennings 1951 Bowman 98 Jack Jennings Chicago Cardinals tackle Ohio State PSA 8
1951 Bowman Jerry Groom 1951 Bowman 99 Jerry Groom Chicago Cardinals center Notre Dame College Hall of Fame 1994
1951 Bowman John Prchlik 1951 Bowman 100 John Prchlik Detroit Lions tackle, defensive tackle Yale