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1949 Drafted Offensive Linemen

There were 14 Offensive Linemen drafted in the 1949 NFL draft. The highest drafted OL was Chuck Bednarik drafted in round 1 out of Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Eagles. Some of the 1949 drafted Offensive Linemen were Bill Walsh drafted in round 3 out of Notre Dame by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Joe Ethridge drafted in round 6 out of Southern Methodist by the Green Bay Packers, Abe Gibron drafted in round 6 out of Purdue by the New York Giants, Bill Wightkin drafted in round 8 out of Notre Dame by the Chicago Bears, Joe Soboleski drafted in round 9 out of Michigan by the New York Giants, Homer Hobbs drafted in round 11 out of Georgia by the Washington Redskins, Bill Austin drafted in round 13 out of Oregon State by the New York Giants, Al Russas drafted in round 13 out of Tennessee by the Detroit Lions and Ken Cooper drafted in round 15 out of Vanderbilt by the Green Bay Packers. View all of the Offensive Linemen selected in the 1949 Draft.
1949 Drafted Offensive Linemen
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Chuck Bednarik   Pennsylvania   Philadelphia Eagles
3   Bill Walsh   Notre Dame   Pittsburgh Steelers
6   Abe Gibron   Purdue   New York Giants
6   Joe Ethridge   Southern Methodist   Green Bay Packers
8   Bill Wightkin   Notre Dame   Chicago Bears
9   Joe Soboleski   Michigan   New York Giants
11   Homer Hobbs   Georgia   Washington Redskins
13   Bill Austin   Oregon State   New York Giants
13   Al Russas   Tennessee   Detroit Lions
15   Ken Cooper   Vanderbilt   Green Bay Packers
15   Bob Pifferini   San Jose State   Detroit Lions
19   Frank Gaul   Notre Dame   New York Bulldogs
20   Jack Lininger   Ohio State   Detroit Lions
22   John Schweder   Pennsylvania   Philadelphia Eagles
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