Classic Sports Card of The Day

17 Dec


1963 Stancraft football card of former pro football end Johnny “Blood” McNally, an early pioneer who played 15 years with 5 different teams starting in 1925, when the NFL was in its’ infancy. He had his most success with the Green Bay Packers, spending a total of 7 years with them in 2 different stints. He was a member of 4 championship teams with the Packers. McNally spent 4 years in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II after retiring as a player. He was named to the NFL’s All Decade team of the 1930s, and was part of the first class of players to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963.


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