(1891-1918) Princeton center. All-Amer. 1911-1912. After graduation became coach. Joined American Field Service in WWI, served at battle of Verdun with 129th Inf. Awarded Croix de Guerre with star. Joined French Foreign Legion Air, was killed, awarded 2nd Croix de Guerre (but with palm).
1905-1982) Quarterback, halfback Univ.of Michigan. All-Amer. 1925-1926. Probably the games first great passer, also a triple threat (run, pass, kick). Early College Hall of Famer. Played pro ball (1927-1934) for Cleveland Bulldogs, Detroit Wolverines, NY Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers (yes there was a football team). All-Pro, 1927-1931. After pro ball went into coaching
(1906-1984) Univ of Cal, halfback. All-Amer 1927-1929. A triple threat player. Hes the guy who caught "wrong-way" Riegels just short of the Cal goal line in 1929 Rose Bowl against Georgia Tech.
While hes best known as a very popular professional wrestler, Bill Goldberg was an all-conference performer at defensive tackle at Georgia and played briefly in the NFL for the Rams, Falcons and Panthers. An abdominal injury ended his career prematurely.
Twice a first team All-American at the Univ. of Minnesota (Defensive End-67/68). Later went on to be All-Pro with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Played center for the New Orleans Saints in the 1980s.
G (New Orleans Saints)
Late owner of the Colts and Rams (he swapped the Colts Franchise for the Rams). Owned the Colts from 53 to 72 when he traded for the Rams. Drowned in 79, under what is always labeled "mysterious circumstances".
Running back currently with the Rams. Listed as Jewish in one source; not in another. Viewer help welcomed. UPDATE: In a wonderful example of "Jewish geography", two seperate visitors have assisted us: One was on Chads high school wrestling team; the other had Chads mother as her 5th Grade teacher. Hes Jewish. Thank you, Jewhoo visitors!
Known as "Buckets" (1911-1986). Running back, Univ of Wisconsin. Joined Green Bay Packers, where he played for 13 years (1933-1945). Converted by Curly Lambeau to a lineman. All-Pro guard 1939, 1940, 1942. In 1969, named to NFLs all-1930s team.
OG (St. Louis Rams)
P (Chicago Bears)
Veteran Guard currently with the Atlanta Falcons.
Former coach who became the owner of the Oakland Raiders. Moved them to Los Angeles and back to Oakland. A real tough customer.
The owner of the new Cleveland Browns franchise which has restored football (and the Browns name) to a city that deserved to be treated better.
Alan played for the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys.
Lineman for the NY Jets last season, cut. Picked-up by Browns and just cut. Looking to be picked-up again.
Allie played quarterback for Brooklyn College. He then played professionally for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1943-47. New York Giants coach from 1961 to 1968. Led Giants to three NFL championships (1961-63). Member of the NY Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
Retired star outside linebacker for the Boston Patriots. Recently converted to Judaism. Has a Jewish wife.
DT (San Diego Chargers)