Cincinnati Bengals Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Jess Phillips 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 15 Jess Phillips Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Michigan State Phillips had an 83-yard run in 1969, longest in the AFL. PSA 7, nm+
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Andy Rice 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 16 Andy Rice Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Texas Southern nm
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Bill Staley 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 17 Bill Staley Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Utah State
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Bob Trumpy 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 18 Bob Trumpy Cincinnati Bengals tight end, wide receiver Utah
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Ernie Wright 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 19 Ernie Wright Cincinnati Bengals tackle Ohio State
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Sam Wyche 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 20 Sam Wyche Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Furman
1970 Kelloggs Greg Cook 1970 Kelloggs 60 Greg Cook Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Cincinnati At the University of Cincinnati, Cook threw for 554 yards in a game against Ohio University, setting a new NCAA record. nm-mt
1970 Topps Bill Peterson 1970 Topps 16 Bill Peterson Cincinnati Bengals linebacker San Jose State Rookie card
1970 Topps Andy Rice 1970 Topps 42 Andy Rice Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Texas Southern Rookie card
1970 Topps Eric Crabtree 1970 Topps 58 Eric Crabtree Cincinnati Bengals end Pittsburgh PSA 8
1970 Topps Royce Berry 1970 Topps 86 Royce Berry Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Houston Rookie card
1970 Topps Bob Trumpy 1970 Topps 110 Bob Trumpy Cincinnati Bengals tight end, wide receiver Utah Rookie card
1970 Topps Paul Robinson 1970 Topps 137 Paul Robinson Cincinnati Bengals running back Arizona Rookie card
1970 Topps Bill Bergey 1970 Topps 168 Bill Bergey Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Arkansas State Eagles Honor Roll 1988 Rookie card
1970 Topps Martin Baccaglio 1970 Topps 187 Martin Baccaglio Cincinnati Bengals defensive end San Jose State Rookie card
1970 Topps Howard Fest 1970 Topps 211 Howard Fest Cincinnati Bengals tackle Texas Rookie card
1970 Topps Greg Cook 1970 Topps 235 Greg Cook Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Cincinnati Rookie card

Cook did not play in 1970. Because of an injury, he played in only one pro game after 1969.
1970 Topps Super Greg Cook 1970 Topps Super 10 Greg Cook Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Cincinnati Cook played in the 1969 College All-Star game against the Super Bowl Champion New York Jets. He was the All-Stars' MVP in a 26-24 loss.
1970 Topps Super Glossy Greg Cook 1970 Topps Super Glossy 23 Greg Cook Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Cincinnati Cook was the only rookie quarterback to have started for the Bengals until Andy Dalton started as a rookie in 2011. nm
1971 Bazooka Virgil Carter 1971 Bazooka 30 Virgil Carter Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Brigham Young Carter's 1971 Bazooka, 1971 Topps, 1971 Topps Game, and 1973 Topps cards all show him in a Chicago Bears uniform. He played for the Bears in 1968 and 1969.
1971 Kelloggs Jess Phillips 1971 Kelloggs 24 Jess Phillips Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Michigan State
1971 Kelloggs Mike Reid 1971 Kelloggs 52 Mike Reid Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Penn State Outland Trophy 1969, College Hall of Fame 1987 Reid placed fifth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1969. See my page of football cards of Heisman Trophy candidates.
1971 Topps Ken Avery 1971 Topps 22 Ken Avery Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Southern Mississippi Rookie card

This card pictures Avery in his Giants uniform, though he had not played for the Giants since 1968.
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1971 Topps Horst Muhlmann 1971 Topps 49 Horst Muhlmann Cincinnati Bengals kicker Rookie card
1971 Topps Pat Matson 1971 Topps 72 Pat Matson Cincinnati Bengals guard Oregon Rookie card nm oc