Pittsburgh Steelers Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1948 Bowman||11||Jack Wiley||Pittsburgh Steelers||tackle||Waynesburg||Rookie card|
|1948 Bowman||27||Tony Compagno||Pittsburgh Steelers||fullback||St. Mary's||Rookie card, short print
"Compagno" is Italian for "companion".
|1948 Bowman||32||John Mastrangelo||Pittsburgh Steelers||guard, tackle||Notre Dame||Rookie card||exmt+|
|1948 Bowman||50||Charles Cherundolo||Pittsburgh Steelers||center, coach||Penn State||Steelers Legends Team||Rookie card
Before he passed away, Cherundolo had been the fourth-oldest living professional football player. He died at age 96.
|1948 Bowman||60||Elbert Nickel||Pittsburgh Steelers||end||Cincinnati||Steelers Legends Team||Rookie card, short print|
|1948 Bowman||68||Bill Moore||Pittsburgh Steelers||guard||Penn State||Rookie card
Moore played three seasons in the NFL, 1947 to 1949, all with the Steelers.
|PSA 8, nm oc|
|1948 Bowman||86||John Clement||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||SMU||Rookie card|
|1948 Bowman||90||Bill Garnaas||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||Minnesota||Rookie card, short print|
|1948 Bowman||101||Joe Gottlieb||Pittsburgh Steelers||back||Duquesne||Rookie card||fair|
|1948 Bowman||105||Bob Cifers||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Tennessee||Rookie card, short print
Cifers played one season for the Lions, two for the Steelers, and one for the Packers. He averaged 61.75 yards per punt in a game in 1946, still an NFL record. His brother Ed also played in the NFL.
|1948 Leaf||2||Steve Suhey||Pittsburgh Steelers||guard||Penn State||College Hall of Fame 1985||Rookie card
Suhey played two seasons for the Steelers. His son, Matt, played fullback for ten seasons with the Chicago Bears. You can see a lot of Matt Suhey's cards on eBay.
|1948 Leaf||47||John Clement||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||SMU||Rookie card|
|1948 Leaf||72||Ray Evans||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Kansas||College Hall of Fame 1964||Rookie card|
|1949 Leaf||4||John Rauch||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||Georgia||College Hall of Fame 2003||ex|
|1949 Leaf||52||Bob DeMoss||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||Purdue||vg-ex|
|1949 Leaf||67||Bobby Layne||Pittsburgh Steelers||quarterback||Texas||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, College Hall of Fame 1968, Steelers Legends Team||Error card
First name misspelled "Bobbie."
|1949 Leaf||127||Frank Seno||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||George Washington||vg-ex|
|1950 Bowman||18||Val Jansante||Pittsburgh Steelers||end||Duquesne, Villanova||nm+|
|1950 Bowman||19||Joe Geri||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Georgia||exmt|
|1950 Bowman||20||Jerry Nuzum||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Compton Community College, New Mexico A and M||PSA 7|
|1950 Bowman||54||Bob Gage||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Clemson||nm|
|1950 Bowman||55||Buddy Tinsley||Pittsburgh Steelers||tackle||Baylor||Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1982||Tinsley never played for the Steelers. He played for the AAFC's Los Angeles Dons in 1949, then for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers from 1950 to 1960.||PSA 7|
|1950 Bowman||88||Howard Hartley||Pittsburgh Steelers||defensive back, running back||Duke||Steelers Legends Team||PSA 8|
|1950 Bowman||89||Darrell Hogan||Pittsburgh Steelers||guard||Trinity, Baylor|
|1950 Bowman||90||Jerry Shipkey||Pittsburgh Steelers||fullback||USC, UCLA||Steelers Legends Team||Rookie card||exmt|