1971 Kelloggs Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1971 Kelloggs Bo Scott 1971 Kelloggs 26 Bo Scott Cleveland Browns running back Ohio State Scott scored 9 rushing touchdowns in 1971, the most in his NFL career.
1971 Kelloggs Glen Ray Hines 1971 Kelloggs 27 Glen Ray Hines Houston Oilers tackle Arkansas Though Hines is shown with the Oilers, he played for the Saints in 1971.
1971 Kelloggs John Unitas 1971 Kelloggs 28 John Unitas Baltimore Colts quarterback Louisville Pro Football Hall of Fame 1979
1971 Kelloggs John Gilliam 1971 Kelloggs 29 John Gilliam St. Louis Cardinals wide receiver South Carolina State
1971 Kelloggs Harmon Wages 1971 Kelloggs 30 Harmon Wages Atlanta Falcons running back Florida In a game in 1969, Wages ran for a touchdown, threw a pass for a touchdown, and caught a pass for a touchdown.
1971 Kelloggs Walt Sweeney 1971 Kelloggs 31 Walt Sweeney San Diego Chargers guard Syracuse Chargers Hall of Fame 1981
1971 Kelloggs Bruce Taylor 1971 Kelloggs 32 Bruce Taylor San Francisco 49ers defensive back Boston University College Hall of Fame 1997 Taylor made the Pro Bowl in 1971, his only appearance.
1971 Kelloggs George Blanda 1971 Kelloggs 33 George Blanda Oakland Raiders quarterback, kicker Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame 1981
1971 Kelloggs Ken Bowman 1971 Kelloggs 34 Ken Bowman Green Bay Packers center Wisconsin Packers Hall of Fame 1981 PSA 10
1971 Kelloggs Johnny Robinson 1971 Kelloggs 35 Johnny Robinson Kansas City Chiefs defensive back LSU Chiefs Hall of Fame 1974 1971 was Robinson's last season. He finished his career with 57 interceptions.
1971 Kelloggs Ed Podolak 1971 Kelloggs 36 Ed Podolak Kansas City Chiefs running back Iowa Chiefs Hall of Fame 1989 Podolak led the NFL in all-purpose yards in 1970, with 1715.
1971 Kelloggs Curley Culp 1971 Kelloggs 37 Curley Culp Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Arizona State Chiefs Hall of Fame 2008, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2013 Pre-rookie card

Culp was a two-sport star at Arizona State. He won the NCAA heavyweight wrestling championship in 1967.
1971 Kelloggs Jim Hart 1971 Kelloggs 38 Jim Hart St. Louis Cardinals quarterback Southern Illinois
1971 Kelloggs Dick Butkus 1971 Kelloggs 39 Dick Butkus Chicago Bears linebacker Illinois Pro Football Hall of Fame 1979, College Hall of Fame 1983 In a game against Washington in 1971, Butkus caught a pass for an extra point to win the game 16-15. Bobby Douglass, the holder, had fumbled the snap.
1971 Kelloggs Floyd Little 1971 Kelloggs 40 Floyd Little Denver Broncos running back Syracuse College Hall of Fame 1983, Broncos Ring of Fame 1984, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2010 Little led the NFL in rushing in 1971, with 1133 yards.
1971 Kelloggs Nick Buoniconti 1971 Kelloggs 41 Nick Buoniconti Miami Dolphins linebacker Notre Dame Dolphins Honor Roll 1991, Patriots Hall of Fame 1992, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2001
1971 Kelloggs Larry Smith 1971 Kelloggs 42 Larry Smith Los Angeles Rams running back Florida
1971 Kelloggs Wayne Walker 1971 Kelloggs 43 Wayne Walker Detroit Lions linebacker, kicker Idaho
1971 Kelloggs MacArthur Lane 1971 Kelloggs 44 MacArthur Lane St. Louis Cardinals running back Utah State Lane led the NFL in rushing touchdowns in 1970, with 11.
1971 Kelloggs John Brodie 1971 Kelloggs 45 John Brodie San Francisco 49ers quarterback Stanford College Hall of Fame 1986, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009 Brodie had the lowest sack percentage of all NFL quarterbacks in 1971. He was sacked on 2.8 percent of his pass attempts.
1971 Kelloggs Dick LeBeau 1971 Kelloggs 46 Dick LeBeau Detroit Lions defensive back Ohio State Pro Football Hall of Fame 2010
1971 Kelloggs Claude Humphrey 1971 Kelloggs 47 Claude Humphrey Atlanta Falcons defensive end Tennessee State Falcons Ring of Honor 2008, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014
1971 Kelloggs Jerry LeVias 1971 Kelloggs 48 Jerry LeVias Houston Oilers wide receiver SMU College Hall of Fame 2003
1971 Kelloggs Erich Barnes 1971 Kelloggs 49 Erich Barnes Cleveland Browns defensive back Purdue Barnes played in just two games in 1971, his 14th and final NFL season.
1971 Kelloggs Andy Russell 1971 Kelloggs 50 Andy Russell Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Missouri Steelers All-Time Team