Football - 1962 Fleer: Wolfbear's 1962 Fleer Image Gallery

Led the Pats in rushing yards and TDs scored in 1961

1960 first round draft pick in the NFL, the AFL and the CFL

Now a Patriot announcer, Gino was League MVP in 1964

Held team record for passing yards in a season until 2007

A "Bachelors III" partner in Joe Namath's infamous bar

Named 1st ever Team Captain of the Patriots in 1960

An offensive team captain who practiced law until 2002

Superstitious ironman who wore the same helmet for 8 years

Four time All-Star and first AFL Players Assn President

The "Baby-Faced Assassin" later became a star for the Bills

"Rocky" had 15 interceptions in 6 years with the Patriots

Leading Bills rusher in 1961, Art later played in the CFL

Top Bills QB in 1960 and 1961 which isn't saying much

"Duby" was was named the Bill's MVP as a rookie in 1960

American International College's best football player ever

The Hall of Famer's Rookie card

Versatile all-pro offensive lineman also returned kickoffs

Led league in INTs and punt returns in 1961 AND kicked FGs

"Riverboat Richie" - very 1st player Buffalo ever drafted

Perennial all star also played for the Raiders and Chargers

Later went on to star with Shirley in popular 1970's sitcom

Replaced at QB by Jack Kemp. Talk about a major upgrade!

Tough runner - named MVP of the 1962 AFL Championship game

Traded to the Raiders for a draft pick - Buck Buchanan

This 1960 AFL MVP was a cousin of Sly of Family Stone fame

"The Rabbit" disappeared into a bunny hole after 1962

Retired as the all-time Chiefs reception leader with 391

In Super Bowl II, Bill scored Oakland's only touchdowns

"Psycho" once popped back in a protruding bone and kept playing

A driving force in the Chiefs win over the Vikings in SB IV

Played in 126 straight games for the AFL Texans and Chiefs

Member of the national championship winning 1958 LSU team

Was a member of the Super Bowl III winning New York Jets

This 15 year pro was also the father of Piston Kelly Tripucka

Versatile Gene played halfback, kicker, and kick returner

Led the league in receptions for 5 seasons from 1960 - 1965

Now owns a Coors distributorship in Sacramento. Mmm ... Beer

At 6 foot 5 inches, he anchored the Bronco line for 6 years

"Goose" is the all-time AFL interception leader with 43

Weighing in at 270 pounds, "Gordy" played 4 years for Denver

Hunting accident gunshot wound sidelined Bud from 1957 - 1959

"Buffalo" was a logger in Oregon during the off-season

Played 12 years with Broncos, Giants, Eagles, Skins & Texans

Once accidentally consumed a smaller teammate during an eating frenzy

"The Stump", at 5 foot 6, once knocked Ernie Ladd unconscious

Only player to play in 4 decades - 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s

Signing this Heisman Trophy winner was a major coup for the AFL

His record of 1,746 receiving yards in 1961 stood for 34 years

Holds the record for most receiving yards by a rookie at 1,473

Invented the "Eatable Park Bench" but it never really caught on

Enjoys listening to show tunes while dancing around all by himself

"The Blade" had 45 career INTs - His # 43 was retired by the Oilers

Dubbed "Rattlesnake" because of his fondness for hunting them

His old high school named their their stadium in his honor

Defensive captain despite being undersized at 6 foot 2 and 240 lbs

Robert is a mahjong enthusiast and an accomplished bassoonist

Also played for the Redskins, Eagles, and BC Lions of the CFL

In top 10 in rushing, receiving, kickoff and punt returns in 1962

At one time held the record for both receptions and yards receiving

A star for the Titans, Art later turned the Raiders into contenders

"Ozzie" was the understudy to Chuck Bednarik for 2 years in Philly

Tough guy played most of the 1961 season with a broken collarbone

Butch was also an All-American hockey player for Boston College

Played in eight league All-Star games for the Jets and Titans

Provided the voice of 'Billy Baloney' on "Pee-wee's Playhouse"

Founded 'Vandelay Industries' specializing in importing-exporting

Now an attorney and agent for race car driver Danica Patrick

All-Star QB also coached the Raiders to two Super Bowl wins

An offensive team captain who practiced law until 2002

George went on to have a sex change and become a Playboy Bunny

A 5 time All-Star and a member of the All-Time Raider team

Undrafted by the NFL, Jim went on to become a 1st ballot HOFer

Spends off-seasons as a jester in the court of the Crimson King

Rookie card of 'The Hammer' - star of many Blaxploitation films

Coach of the Raider roller derby team during the off season

A US Marine before playing 7 years in the NFL and 2 in the AFL

Leading heavyweight boxing contender before returning to football

Caught a touchdown pass in the Bolt's 1963 AFL Championship win

The Bills stole Jack from SD for a $ 100 waiver fee in 1962

1965 AFL MVP retired as the League's 2nd all-time leading rusher

Learned the wide receiver position from Charger End Coach Al Davis

A Hall of Famer, Ron was named to the NFL's 1960s All-Decade team

20 year old Ernie was the youngest player in the league in 1960

With 29 career interceptions, Dick ranks 2nd all-time for Chargers

Bill was the Charger's Defensive Captain in 1961 and 1962

Rookie card of "Giant Cat", the 6 ft 9, 315 lb popular Pro Wrestler

1961 Rookie of the Year despite being double and triple-teamed

Original "Fearsome Foursome" member - Rams later stole the nickname