End Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1950 Topps Felt Backs 9B Al Burnett (brown)
Al Burnett end Rutgers
1950 Topps Felt Backs Al Burnett (yellow) 1950 Topps Felt Backs 9Y Al Burnett (yellow)
Al Burnett end Rutgers
1950 Topps Felt Backs Dean Laun 1950 Topps Felt Backs 44 Dean Laun end Iowa State
1950 Topps Felt Backs Melvin Lyle 1950 Topps Felt Backs 49 Melvin Lyle end LSU PSA 6
1950 Topps Felt Backs Ray Mathews (brown) 1950 Topps Felt Backs 54B Ray Mathews (brown) Rookie card

Mathews played ten seasons for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys, and one for the CFL's Calgary Stampeders.
Ray Mathews end Clemson Steelers Legends Team
1950 Topps Felt Backs 54Y Ray Mathews (yellow) Rookie card
Ray Mathews end Clemson Steelers Legends Team
1950 Topps Felt Backs Jim Ward 1950 Topps Felt Backs 93 Jim Ward end Columbia
1950 Topps Felt Backs Art Weiner 1950 Topps Felt Backs 94 Art Weiner end North Carolina College Hall of Fame 1992 Weiner played one season for the NFL's New York Yanks.
1950 Topps Felt Backs Froggy Williams 1950 Topps Felt Backs 96 Froggy Williams end Rice College Hall of Fame 1965 Williams, Bill Burkhalter, and Joe Watson were the MVPs of the January 1, 1950, Cotton Bowl Classic.
1950 Topps Felt Backs Carl Wren 1950 Topps Felt Backs 99 Carl Wren end Rochester
1951 Bowman Mac Speedie 1951 Bowman 3 Mac Speedie Cleveland Browns end Utah Speedie was the head coach of the Denver Broncos from partway through the 1964 season to partway through the 1966 season.
1951 Bowman Woodley Lewis 1951 Bowman 5 Woodley Lewis Los Angeles Rams end Los Angeles City, Oregon Rookie card
1951 Bowman Tom Fears 1951 Bowman 6 Tom Fears Los Angeles Rams end UCLA, Santa Clara Pro Football Hall of Fame 1970, College Hall of Fame 1976
1951 Bowman Barney Poole 1951 Bowman 9 Barney Poole New York Yanks end Army, Mississippi College Hall of Fame 1974 Poole's brothers, Ray and Jim, also played in the NFL.
1951 Bowman Jug Girard 1951 Bowman 17 Jug Girard Green Bay Packers halfback, end Wisconsin
1951 Bowman Alex Loyd 1951 Bowman 31 Alex Loyd San Francisco 49ers end Oklahoma State
1951 Bowman Horace Gillom 1951 Bowman 37 Horace Gillom Cleveland Browns end, punter Ohio State, Nevada
1951 Bowman Dan Edwards 1951 Bowman 43 Dan Edwards New York Yanks end Georgia PSA 8, exmt
1951 Bowman Pete Pihos 1951 Bowman 46 Pete Pihos Philadelphia Eagles end Indiana College Hall of Fame 1966, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1970, Eagles Honor Roll 1987
1951 Bowman Ed Sprinkle 1951 Bowman 51 Ed Sprinkle Chicago Bears end Hardin-Simmons, Navy Rookie card

Sprinkle played 12 seasons in the NFL, all with the Bears. According to Sprinkle's obituary in the New York Times, George Halas honored Sprinkle by assigning him number 7, Halas's number as a player.
1951 Bowman Tom Wham 1951 Bowman 64 Tom Wham Chicago Cardinals end Furman
1951 Bowman Gordon Soltau 1951 Bowman 67 Gordon Soltau San Francisco 49ers end, kicker Minnesota Rookie card

In a game against the Rams in 1951, Soltau scored 26 points on 3 touchdowns, 1 field goal, and 5 extra points. That was a 49ers record until Jerry Rice scored 30 points in a game in 1990.
1951 Bowman Dante Lavelli 1951 Bowman 73 Dante Lavelli Cleveland Browns end Ohio State Pro Football Hall of Fame 1975, Browns Ring of Honor 2010
1951 Bowman Elroy Hirsch 1951 Bowman 76 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Hirsch had 1495 receiving yards in 1951, breaking the single-season NFL record.
1951 Bowman Jack Zilly 1951 Bowman 78 Jack Zilly Los Angeles Rams end Notre Dame