Walter “Tin Kit, Sneeze” Achiu-Played for the Dayton Triangles from 1927-1928 as a running back and defensive back.
Willie Lee “Flipper” Anderson-Played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1988-1994, the Indianapolis Colts in 1995, the Washington Redskins in 1996, and the Denver Broncos in 1997 as a wide receiver.
Heartley William “Hunk” Anderson-Played for the Chicago Bears in 1922, the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Bears in 1923, and the Chicago Bears from 1924-1925 as a guard and center.
Roy Marlon “Bullet, Snowy, Ironsides” Baker-Played for the New York Yankees in 1927, the Green Bay Packers in 1928, the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Cardinals in 1929, the Chicago Cardinals in 1930, and the Staten Island Stapletons in 1931 as a tailback, halfback, and wingback.
Atiim Kiambu Hakeem-ah “Tiki” Barber-Played for the New York Giants from 1997-2006 as a running back.
Leonard Warner (Len) “Feets, Bear Tracks” Barnum-Played for the New York Giants from 1938-1940 and the Philadelphia Eagles from 1941-1942 as a quarterback, halfback, wingback, and defensive back.
Samuel Adrian (Sammy) “Slingin’ Sammy” Baugh-Played for the Washington Redskins from 1937-1952 as a quarterback, tailback, and defensive back; coached the New York Titans from 1960-1961 and the Houston Oilers in 1964.
Edward Raymond “Bibbles” Bawel-Played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1952 and from 1955-1956 as a halfback. His last name is pronounced “bobble”, so he was called “Bibbles Bobble”.
William Eugene (Gene) “Blink” Bedford-Played for the Rochester Jeffersons in 1925 and the Hammond Pros in 1926 as an end.
Thomas John “Tarzan” Beer-Played for the Denver Broncos from 1967-1969 and the Boston/New England Patriots from 1970-1972 as a tight end.
Alfred Charles (Al) “The Human Howitzer” Blozis-Played for the New York Giants from 1942-1944 as an offensive tackle.
Forrest Morrell Blue–Played for the San Francisco 49ers from 1968-1974 and the Baltimore Colts from 1975-1978 as a center and offensive tackle.
Treva Gene “Bookie” Bolin-Played for the New York Giants from 1962-1967 and the Minnesota Vikings from 1968-1969 as a guard.
Sandy “Bourbon Patch” Bondurant-Played for the Evansville Crimson Giants from 1921-1922 and the Chicago Bears in 1922 as an end and tackle.
Emerson Y. Boozer-Played for the New York Jets from 1966-1975 as a halfback and running back.
James L. (Jim) “Goofy” Bowdoin-Played for the Green Bay Packers from 1928-1931, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants in 1932, the Portsmouth Spartans in 1933, and the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1934 as a guard.
Benjamin Lee (Benny) “The Purple Streak” Boynton-Played for the Rochester Jeffersons and the Washington Senators in 1921, the Rochester Jeffersons in 1922, and the Rochester Jeffersons and the Buffalo Bisons in 1924 as a tailback, blocking back, and wing back.
George Wells (Bill) “Bus” Brace-Played for the Buffalo All-Americans from 1920-1922 as a guard and center.
Woodruff Harlan (Doc) “Woods” Bruder-Played for the Buffalo Bisons and the Frankford Yellow Jackets in 1925, and the Frankford Yellow Jackets in 1926 as a wingback, tailback, and fullback.
Garland Maiers “Gob” Buckeye-Played for the Chicago Tigers in 1920 and the Chicago Cardinals from 1921-1924 as a guard and center.
Joseph N. (Joe) “Buckin’ Joe” Bukant-Played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1938-1940 and the Chicago Cardinals from 1942-1943 as a fullback, tailback, halfback, and linebacker.
Walter Daniel (Walt) “Big Boy” Buland-Played for the Rock Island Independents from 1920-1921, the Green Bay Packers and the Rock Island Independents in 1924, and the Duluth Eskimos in 1926 as a tackle and guard.
Russell Edward (Russ) “Peanuts” Burt-Played for the Buffalo Bisons from 1924-1925 as a wingback and fullback.
George “Bad News” Cafego-Played for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1940, the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Washington Redskins in 1943, and the Boston Yanks from 1944-1945 as a fullback, halfback, and quarterback.
Glenn Rex “Turtle Flash” Campbell-Played for the New York Giants from 1929-1933, and the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1935 as an end.
Glen Michael “Judge” Carberry-Played for the Buffalo All-Americans in 1923, the Buffalo Bisons in 1924, and the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1925 as an end.
Carlo (Carl) “Squash” Cardarelli-Played for the Akron Pros in 1924 and the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1925 as a center.
Elmer Ellsworth Bird Carroll-Played for the Canton Bulldogs from 1921-1923 and in 1925 as an end.
Roscoe Challis (Ross) “Timber Beast” Carter-Played for the Chicago Cardinals from 1936-1939 as a center, guard, halfback, and tackle.
Lester Leroy (Les) “Wimpy” Caywood-Played for the Kansas City Cowboys and the Buffalo Rangers in 1926, the Pottsville Maroons and the New York Giants and the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1927, the Detroit Wolverines in 1928, the New York Giants from 1929-1930, the Chicago Cardinals and the New York Giants in 1931, the New York Giants and the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1932, and the Cincinnati Reds from 1933-1934 as a center, end, guard, and tackle.
Russell Francis Rusty Chambers-Played for the New Orleans Saints in 1975, the New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins in 1976, and the Miami Dolphins from 1977-1980 as a linebacker.
Oscar Clarence “Bully” Christianson-Played for the Minneapolis Marines from 1921-1924 as an end, halfback, and tackle.
Charles Lee “Boobie” Clark-Played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1973-1978 and the Houston Oilers from 1979-1980 as a fullback and runningback.
Harold E. (Hal, Butch) “Fuss” Clark-Played for the Rochester Jeffersons from 1920-1925 as an end and back.
Jack Martin Cloud-Played for the Green Bay Packers from 1950-1951 and for the Washington Redskins from 1952-1953 as a linebacker and fullback.
James Lilburn (Pat) Coffee-Played for the Chicago Cardinals from 1937-1938 as a tailback.
Merlyn Edwin (Merl) “Merlyn The Magician” Condit-Played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1940, the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1941-1943, the Washington Redskins in 1945, and the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1946 as as halfback.
John “Zip” Conley-Played for the Columbus Panhandles in 1922 and the Columbus Tigers in 1926 as tackle and guard.
Lamer Somers Gardner (Larry) “The Atlantic City Airedale” Conover-Played for the Canton Bulldogs in 1921 and 1923, and the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1925 as a center.
John Frank Corral-Played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1978-1981 as a kicker.
Timothy Scott (Tim) Couch-Played for the Cleveland Browns from 1999-2003 as a quarterback.
John E. (Johnny) Counts-Played for the New York Giants from 1962-1963 as a half-back.
Lawrence Gantt (Larry) “Superman” Craig-Played for the Green Bay Packers from 1939-1949 as a back and end.
Alfred John (Al) Crook-Played for the Detroit Panthers from 1925-1926 as a center, guard, and tackle.
Leon Mac Crosswhite-Played for the Detroit Lions from 1973-1974 as a runningback.
Ward Lloyd Cuff-Played for the New York Giants from 1937-1945, the Chicago Cardinals in 1946, and the Green Bay Packers in 1947 as a wingback, quarterback, and halfback.
Harold Brewer “Cookie” Cunningham-Played for the Cleveland Bulldogs in 1927, the Chicago Bears in 1929, and the Staten Island Stapletons in 1931 as an end.
Bernard Edward “Boob” Darling-Played for the Green Bay Packers from 1927-1931 as a center.
James Robert (Bob) “Twenty Grand” Davis-Played for the Cleveland Rams in 1938, the Philadelphia Eagles in 1942, and the Boston Yanks from 1944-1946 as a halfback, fullback, quarterback, and punter.
Herman Sidney “Eagle” Day-Played for the Washington Redskins from 1959-1960 as a quarterback.
Mark Henry “Spoke” Devlin-Played for the Rock Island Independents and the Cleveland Tigers in 1920, and the New York Brickley Giants in 1921 as a blockingback.
Erling Eugene “Dinger” Doane-Played for the Cleveland Tigers in 1920, the New York Brickley Giants in 1921, the Milwaukee Badgers from 1922-1924, the Detroit Panthers from 1925-1926, and the Pottsville Maroons and the Providence Steam Roller in 1927 as a fullback.
Jess Elwood (Woody) “Rowdy Cub” Dow-Played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1938-1940 as a blockingback and fullback.
Charles Walter (Chuck) “Dynamite” Dressen-Played for the Decatur Staleys in 1920 and the Racine Legion from 1922-1923 as a back.
Gil “Cactus Face” Duggan–
Earl “Mooney” Duvall–
Jug “Jugger” Earp–
Cap “Horse” Edwards–
Ev “Boot” Elkins–
Al “Rowdy” Elliott–
Walt “Speed” Ellis–
Harry “Skin” Englund–
Guil “Hawk” Falcon–
Frank (Whitey) “Fox” Fausch–
Owen “Slivers” Floyd–
Jim “Shrimp” Foley–
Gus (Hope) “Ski” Gardella–
Hec “Stretch” Garvey–
Weldon “Cash Spot” Gentry–
Fred “Boo” Gillies–
Tex “Ranger” Grigg–
Mike “Doggie” Gulian–
Bill “Little Giant” Gutteron–
Charlie “Boots” Guy–
Vern “Hookey” Hagenbuckle–
Jack “Black Jack” Hagerty–
George “Papa Bear” Halas–
Dick “Death” Halladay–
Ken “Bunk” Harris–
Ken (Truck) “One Round” Hauser–
Les “Old Pepper Box” Haws–
Chuck “Stump” Helvie–
Charlie “Chub” Hill–
Kid “Bozo” Hill–
Two Bits (Babe) Homan–
Dick “Super Six” Hudson–
Honolulu Hula-Hula (Hank) Hughes–
Mack “Mousie” Hummon–
Barlow “Bones” Irvin–
Herb “The Owatonna Thunderbolt” Joesting–
Mort “Devil May” Kaer–
Doc “The Super Tooth” Carpenter Kelley–
Frank “Bucko” Kilroy–
Eddie “The Lawrence Flash” Kotal–
Howie “The Buckeye Bullet” Kriss–
Garfield “Sock” Leaf–
Lou (Luigi) “Piccolo” Little–
Frank Lone Star–
Bob “Gloom” Lundell–
Jimmy “Skipper” Manion–
Nat (Spiecha) “Chief Big Twig” McCombs–
Danny “Wild Man” McMullen–
Johnny “The Vagabond Halfback” (Blood) McNally–
Russ “Cuss” Method–
Ernie (Puss) “Egg” Meyer–
Century (Wally) Milstead–
Vern “Moon” Mullen–
Bob “Nasty” Nash–
Al (Nappy, Whitey) “Old Pig Iron” Nesser–
John “The Wolf” Nesser–
Dave “Big Moose” Noble–
Will “Toad” Norman–
Eddie “Five Yards” Novak–
Tip (Jerry) O’Neill–
Gordon “Skeet” Peery–
Frank “Hercules” Racis–
Garrard “Buster” Ramsey–
Buford “Baby” Ray–
Mike “Iron Mike” Riordan–
Charley “The Camden Comet” Rogers–
Sam Smoke Salemi–
Russ “Race Horse” Saunders–
Joe “Jumping Joe” Savoldi–
Vin “Slice” Schleusner–
Walt “Covered Wagon” Sechrist–
Len “Twinkle” Sedbrook–
Frank “Slipping” Seeds–
Jack “Soapy” Shapiro–
Paul “Pepper” Sheeks–
Hub “Birdie” Shoemake–
Burt “Scrappy” Shurtleff–
Jim “Jinks” Simmons–
Lou “Hammer” Smyth–
Gus (Dynamite) “Iron Duke” Sonnenberg–
Glen “Farmer” Spears–
George “Cyclone” (Beast) Trafton–
Clyde “Bulldog” Turner–
Sam “Bumps” Turner–
Jimmy “Slim Jimmy” Van Dyke–
Pete “The Caveman” Volz–
Len “Cupid” Watters–
Charlie Pie Way–
Hal “Windy” Wendler–
Barney “The Shenendoah Councilman” Wentz–
Bull Rat Wesley–
Pryor “Pig Iron” Williams–
Howard “Little Boy” Yerges–
Frank “Yank” Youngfleish–
To Be Continued…