Baltimore Colts Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1950 Bowman||3||Bob Nowaskey||Baltimore Colts||end, linebacker||George Washington||Rookie card, error card
Nowaskey's last name is misspelled "Nowasky" on the back of this card.
|1950 Bowman||4||Jonathan Jenkins||Baltimore Colts||tackle||Dartmouth||Rookie card
Jenkins played three games for the Colts and one for the New York Yanks in 1950. He had been with the Colts in the AAFC in 1949.
|1950 Bowman||5||Y.A. Tittle||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||LSU||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009, Giants Ring of Honor 2010||Rookie card
Tittle started his career with the AAFC's Baltimore Colts in 1948. He remained with the team when it joined the NFL in 1950. He led the league in pass completions that year, with 161.
|1950 Bowman||40||Dick Barwegan||Baltimore Colts||guard||Purdue||Rookie card||nm-mt oc|
|1950 Bowman||41||Adrian Burk||Baltimore Colts||quarterback, punter||Baylor||Rookie card||nm|
|1950 Bowman||42||Barry French||Baltimore Colts||guard, tackle||Purdue||nm+|
|1950 Bowman||76||Bill Leonard||Baltimore Colts||end||Notre Dame||exmt+|
|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||112||Billy Stone||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Bradley||Rookie card||nm|
|1950 Bowman||113||Earl Murray||Baltimore Colts||guard, tackle||Purdue||PSA 8|
|1950 Bowman||114||Chet Mutryn||Baltimore Colts||running back, defensive back||Xavier||PSA 7, vg|
|1950 Bread for Health Labels||3||Dick Barwegan||Baltimore Colts||guard||Purdue|
|1950 Bread for Health Labels||25||Y.A. Tittle||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||LSU||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009, Giants Ring of Honor 2010|
|1953 Bowman||8||Sisto Averno||Baltimore Colts||guard||Muhlenberg||Averno was the last player chosen in the 1951 NFL Draft. See my Mr. Irrelevant page for cards of more players who were drafted last.|
|1953 Bowman||19||George Taliaferro||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Indiana||College Hall of Fame 1981||BVG 7.5|
|1953 Bowman||30||Buddy Young||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Illinois||College Hall of Fame 1968|
|1953 Bowman||44||Frank Continetti||Baltimore Colts||guard||George Washington|
|1953 Bowman||54||Gern Nagler||Baltimore Colts||end||Santa Clara|
|1953 Bowman||91||Tom Dublinski||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||Utah||Error card
Dublinski's team is incorrect: he played for the Lions, not the Colts.
|1954 Bowman||2||John Huzvar||Baltimore Colts||fullback||Pittsburgh, North Carolina State||exmt|
|1954 Bowman||14||Fred Enke||Baltimore Colts||quarterback||Arizona||PSA 9, exmt|
|1954 Bowman||26||Bert Rechichar||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||Tennessee||Rechichar kicked a 56-yard field goal in 1953, setting a new NFL record. The record stood until Tom Dempsey kicked a 63-yarder in 1970.||PSA 5|
|1954 Bowman||38||Buddy Young||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Illinois||College Hall of Fame 1968||PSA 9, nm|
|1954 Bowman||50||George Taliaferro||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Indiana||College Hall of Fame 1981|
|1954 Bowman||62||Bill Lange||Baltimore Colts||guard||Dayton||PSA 8.5|
|1954 Bowman||72||Tom Keane||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||West Virginia||Rookie card, short print
Keane played from 1948 to 1955 for the L.A. Rams, Dallas Texans, Baltimore Colts, and Chicago Cardinals.
|1954 Bowman||82||Ken Jackson||Baltimore Colts||tackle, guard||Texas||Short print||PSA 7|
|1954 Bowman||97A||Tom Finnin||Baltimore Colts||tackle||Detroit||Error card
Last name misspelled "Finnan" on both front and back.
|1954 Bowman||97B||Tom Finnin||Baltimore Colts||tackle||Detroit||Error card
Last name misspelled "Finnan" on front, correctly spelled on back.
|1954 Bowman||109||Ed Sharkey||Baltimore Colts||linebacker||Nevada||nm|
|1954 Bowman||126||Art Spinney||Baltimore Colts||guard||Boston College|
|1955 Bowman||8||Alan Ameche||Baltimore Colts||fullback||Wisconsin||Heisman Trophy 1954, College Hall of Fame 1975||Rookie card, error card
Heisman is misspelled on back.
|1955 Bowman||20||Bert Rechichar||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||Tennessee||Rechichar attempted 24 field goals in 1955, most in the NFL. He made just 10 of them, though.|
|1955 Bowman||30||Tom Keane||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||West Virginia||Keane's brother, Jim Keane, also played in the NFL.|
|1955 Bowman||65||Buddy Young||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Illinois||College Hall of Fame 1968|
|1955 Bowman||97||George Taliaferro||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Indiana||College Hall of Fame 1981||PSA 8, PSA 8 oc|
|1955 Bowman||100||Alex Sandusky||Baltimore Colts||guard||Clarion Teachers College||Rookie card
Sandusky played for the Colts for his entire NFL career, 1954-1966.
|1955 Bowman||103||Carl Taseff||Baltimore Colts||halfback, defensive back||John Carroll||Rookie card||nm|
|1955 Bowman||107||Art Spinney||Baltimore Colts||guard||Boston College||PSA 8, nm|
|1955 Bowman||114||Doug Eggers||Baltimore Colts||linebacker||South Dakota State||exmt|
|1955 Bowman||118||Royce Womble||Baltimore Colts||halfback, flanker||North Texas||Rookie card|
|1955 Bowman||147||Zollie Toth||Baltimore Colts||fullback||LSU||PSA 8|
|1955 Bowman||160||L.G. Dupre||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Baylor||Rookie card|
|1956 Topps||12||Alan Ameche||Baltimore Colts||fullback||Wisconsin||Heisman Trophy 1954, College Hall of Fame 1975||Ameche placed sixth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1953, and he won it in 1954. See my page of football cards of Heisman candidates.||PSA 5 mc|
|1956 Topps||24||Joe Campanella||Baltimore Colts||guard||Ohio State||exmt|
|1956 Topps||36||Art Donovan||Baltimore Colts||defensive tackle||Boston College, Notre Dame||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968||Donovan wrote an autobiography named Fatso. You can usually find it on eBay.||SGC 84|
|1956 Topps||48||Baltimore Colts Team||Baltimore Colts||This card pictures the 1955 Baltimore Colts team. Hall of Fame NFL coach Don Shula is in the front row. Leroy Vaughn, father of major league baseball's Mo Vaughn, is in the back row.|
|1956 Topps||60||Lenny Moore||Baltimore Colts||halfback||Penn State||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1975||Rookie card
Moore was named the 1956 UPI NFL Rookie of the Year.
|1956 Topps||72||Jim Mutscheller||Baltimore Colts||end||Notre Dame||Rookie card||PSA 6, nm|
|1956 Topps||84||Bert Rechichar||Baltimore Colts||defensive back||Tennessee|