1976 Topps Football Cards

1976 Topps football card wrapper There are 528 cards in the 1976 Topps football card set.

Rookie cards of Pro Football Hall of Famers in the 1976 Topps set: Jack Lambert, Walter Payton, Randy White.

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1976 Topps George Blanda: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 1 George Blanda: Record Breaker
George Blanda Oakland Raiders quarterback, kicker Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame 1981
1976 Topps Neal Colzie: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 2 Neal Colzie: Record Breaker Rookie card
Neal Colzie Oakland Raiders defensive back Ohio State
1976 Topps Chuck Foreman: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 3 Chuck Foreman: Record Breaker
Chuck Foreman Minnesota Vikings running back Miami Florida Vikings Ring of Honor 2007
1976 Topps Jim Marshall: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 4 Jim Marshall: Record Breaker
Jim Marshall Minnesota Vikings defensive end Ohio State Vikings Ring of Honor 1999
1976 Topps Terry Metcalf: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 5 Terry Metcalf: Record Breaker
Terry Metcalf St. Louis Cardinals running back, wide receiver Long Beach State
1976 Topps O.J. Simpson: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 6 O.J. Simpson: Record Breaker
O.J. Simpson Buffalo Bills running back USC, City College of San Francisco Heisman Trophy 1968, Bills Wall of Fame 1980, College Hall of Fame 1983, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1985
1976 Topps Fran Tarkenton: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 7 Fran Tarkenton: Record Breaker
Fran Tarkenton Minnesota Vikings quarterback Georgia Pro Football Hall of Fame 1986, College Hall of Fame 1987, Vikings Ring of Honor 1998
1976 Topps Charley Taylor: Record Breaker 1976 Topps 8 Charley Taylor: Record Breaker
Charley Taylor Washington Redskins wide receiver Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1984
1976 Topps Ernie Holmes 1976 Topps 9 Ernie Holmes Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Texas Southern
1976 Topps Ken Anderson 1976 Topps 10 Ken Anderson Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Augustana Anderson was a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1996 and 1998. See my Almost Hall of Famers page.
1976 Topps Bobby Bryant 1976 Topps 11 Bobby Bryant Minnesota Vikings defensive back South Carolina
1976 Topps Jerry Smith 1976 Topps 12 Jerry Smith Washington Redskins tight end Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame
1976 Topps David Lee 1976 Topps 13 David Lee Baltimore Colts punter Louisiana Tech
1976 Topps Robert Newhouse 1976 Topps 14 Robert Newhouse Dallas Cowboys running back Houston Rookie card

Newhouse's son, Reggie, was a wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals. You can usually find Reggie Newhouse cards on eBay.
1976 Topps Vern Den Herder 1976 Topps 15 Vern Den Herder Miami Dolphins defensive end Central College College Hall of Fame 1996
1976 Topps John Hannah 1976 Topps 16 John Hannah New England Patriots guard Alabama Patriots Hall of Fame 1991, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1991, College Hall of Fame 1999 Hannah's brother, Charley, played from 1977 to 1988 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Raiders.
1976 Topps J.D. Hill 1976 Topps 17 J.D. Hill Buffalo Bills wide receiver Arizona State Hill's sons, Lonzell and Kahlil, were also wide receivers in the NFL.
1976 Topps James Harris 1976 Topps 18 James Harris Los Angeles Rams quarterback Grambling
1976 Topps Willie Buchanon 1976 Topps 19 Willie Buchanon Green Bay Packers defensive back San Diego State Packers Hall of Fame 1993
1976 Topps Charle Young 1976 Topps 20 Charle Young Philadelphia Eagles tight end USC College Hall of Fame 2004
1976 Topps Jim Yarbrough 1976 Topps 21 Jim Yarbrough Detroit Lions tackle Florida
1976 Topps Ronnie Coleman 1976 Topps 22 Ronnie Coleman Houston Oilers running back Alabama A and M Rookie card
1976 Topps Don Cockroft 1976 Topps 23 Don Cockroft Cleveland Browns kicker Adams State
1976 Topps Willie Lanier 1976 Topps 24 Willie Lanier Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Morgan State Chiefs Hall of Fame 1985, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1986, College Hall of Fame 2000
1976 Topps Fred Biletnikoff 1976 Topps 25 Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders end Florida State Pro Football Hall of Fame 1988, College Hall of Fame 1991 Biletnikoff was the MVP of Super Bowl XI, which was played at the end of the 1976 season.