Old Sport Pictures…Absolute Classics!
Dick Butkus stands over Chuck Hughes after he collapses on field during a game.
He died of a heart attack; the only player to die in a NFL game.
This is a very rare photo as the league suppressed images of this event .
Aftermath of 1960 NFL Championship game
Eagles meeting with Packers was an NFL turning point.
Gayle Sayers and Mike Ditka
Ray Nitschke and Willie Davis; one of the most famous football photos ever.
Dick Butkus: Bleep you! That’s a bull---- call!!!
41 year old rookie, Satchel Paige
Chuck Bednarik at Penn
Paul Hornung stopped by Ordell Beaase, Fred Miller, Lou Michaels. Ken Bowman #57 Taylor’s face in background.
Ben Davidson nails Joe Namath
“The Babe”… George Herman Ruth – New York Yankees
The Babe with Shoeless Joe Jackson
Babe. Visiting the Carpenter family in Scranton
The Babe with Lou Gehrig ( if it wasn’t for his disease he would have had all the baseball records )
Ted Williams last player to have 400+ Batting aver with The Babe (Bambino)
Lou Gehrig 1st baseman New York Yankees
George Halas and the 1935 Bears
George Halas future owner of the Chicago Bears
Packers offensive firepower : Paul Horning, Jim Taylor, Bart Starr with Coach. Vince Lombardi
Colorized photo of Red Grange
Eddie Lebaron sets to throw with Andy Robustelli in pursuit. Nice facemask Eddie!
Jon Arnett, USC 1955
Other than Danny Abramowicz, these guys look out of place – Gary Cuozzo, Paul Hornung, Jim Taylor, John Gilliam.
Al Hirt in the background; obviously in New Orleans (Tulane Stadium - 1967)
1939 Frank Sinatra seeks autograph from Lou Gehrig
Lee Roy Jordan – Dallas Cowboys
Norm Van Brocklin. Nice throwing mechanics!?!
Ted Kluzewski aka Klu - Cincinnati Reds – not that anyone else would wear that shirt.
My brothers favorite NFL team the Raiders QB legacy : George Blanda, Kenny Stabler, Jim Plunkett, Darryl Lamonica
Merlin Olsen (Lil House on the Prairie) and Lamar Lundy (LA RAMS) about to pound #17 Billy Kilmer?
Jackie Robinson stealing home in Game 1 of 1955 World series NY Yanks vs Brooklyn Dodgers win in 7 games
Muhammad Ali and Wilt – my bet is on Ali
Paul Derringer, Ernie Lombardi, Bucky Walters 1940 with Cincinnati Reds
John Henry Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers eludes Fred Miller
I thought all of “youse” guys would like to see pictures of the greats of yesteryear.