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Chicago Cardinals Drafted Running Backs

The Chicago Cardinals have selected 29 Running Backs in their team history (23 drafts). The Cardinals have drafted 7 Running Backs in the first round. The highest drafted RB was Dub Jones drafted in round 1 in 1946 out of Tulane. Some of the top drafted Cardinals Running Backs were Ollie Matson drafted in round 1 in 1952 out of San Francisco, John David Crow drafted in round 1 in 1958 out of Texas A&M, Charlie Trippi drafted in round 1 in 1945 out of Georgia, Elmer Angsman drafted in round 3 in 1946 out of Notre Dame and Billie Cross drafted in round 24 in 1951 out of West Texas A&M. View all of the Chicago Cardinals drafted Running Backs throughout their history.
Chicago Cardinals Drafted Running Backs
Year Round Selection Player College
1958 1   John David Crow   Texas A&M
1958 11   Dean Philpott   Fresno State
1956 1   Joe Childress   Auburn
1954 7   Dave Mann   Oregon State
1954 13   Les Goble   Alfred
1954 17   Dick Young   Tennessee-Chattanooga
1954 26   Alex Burl   Colorado State
1953 1   Johnny Olszewski   California
1953 9   Avatus Stone   Syracuse
1952 1   Ollie Matson   San Francisco
1952 2   Johnny Karras   Illinois
1951 24   Billie Cross   West Texas A&M
1948 5   Jim Cason   Louisiana State
1948 10   Clarence Self   Wisconsin
1948 11   John Hollar   Appalachian State
1948 17   Jerry Davis   Southeastern Louisiana
1948 23   Paul Shoults   Miami (Ohio)
1947 14   Charles Smith   Georgia
1946 1   Dub Jones   Tulane
1946 3   Elmer Angsman   Notre Dame
1946 10   Vinnie Yablonski   Columbia
1945 1 1   Charlie Trippi   Georgia
1945 3   Walt Watt   Miami (Fla.)
1943 2   John Grigas   Holy Cross
1943 21   George Smith   Villanova
1943 25   Cal Purdin   Tulsa
1943 26   Al Drulis   Temple
1942 1   Steve Lach   Duke
1940 5   Marty Christiansen   Minnesota
 
 
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