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1950 Drafted Linebackers

There were 8 Linebackers drafted in the 1950 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Jim Martin drafted in round 2 out of Notre Dame by the Cleveland Browns. The 1950 drafted Linebackers were Bill Svoboda drafted in round 3 out of Tulane by the Chicago Cardinals, Jack Cloud drafted in round 6 out of William & Mary by the Green Bay Packers, Ed Bagdon drafted in round 7 out of Michigan State by the Chicago Cardinals, Emerson Cole drafted in round 12 out of Toledo by the Cleveland Browns, Don Burke drafted in round 12 out of USC by the San Francisco 49ers, Jim Powers drafted in round 26 out of USC by the San Francisco 49ers and Bill Lange drafted in round 28 out of Dayton by the Los Angeles Rams. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1950 Draft.
1950 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
2   Jim Martin   Notre Dame   Cleveland Browns
3   Bill Svoboda   Tulane   Chicago Cardinals
6   Jack Cloud   William & Mary   Green Bay Packers
7   Ed Bagdon   Michigan State   Chicago Cardinals
12   Don Burke   USC   San Francisco 49ers
12   Emerson Cole   Toledo   Cleveland Browns
26   Jim Powers   USC   San Francisco 49ers
28   Bill Lange   Dayton   Los Angeles Rams
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