Robert Harold “Bobby” Walston (October 17, 1928 - October 7, 1987) played wide receiver and place kicker for 12 seasons in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles (1951-1962). The Eagles drafted Walston in the 14th round of the 1951 NFL Draft out of the University of Georgia. He never missed a single game during his entire career and helped lead Philadelphia o the 1960 NFL Championship. Bobby was named to the 1960 and 1961 NFL Pro Bowls. In 148 games, he kicked 80 field goals on 157 attempts and twice led the league in field goal percentage. He also kicked 365 extra points in 384 attempts. Bobby Walston caught 311 passes for 5,363 total receiving yards scoring 46 touchdowns. In total, Walston scored 881 points on 46 all-purpose TDs and added 365 extra points and 80 field goals.