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Chicago Cardinals Drafted Linebackers

The Chicago Cardinals have selected 22 Linebackers in their team history (23 drafts). The Cardinals have drafted 3 Linebackers in the first round. The highest drafted LB was Jerry Groom drafted in round 1 in 1951 out of Notre Dame. Some of the top drafted Cardinals Linebackers were Corwin Clatt drafted in round 6 in 1945 out of Notre Dame, Bill Svoboda drafted in round 3 in 1950 out of Tulane, Leo Sanford drafted in round 8 in 1951 out of Louisiana Tech, Tony Pasquesi drafted in round 3 in 1955 out of Notre Dame and Ted Bates drafted in round 5 in 1959 out of Oregon State. View all of the Chicago Cardinals drafted Linebackers throughout their history.
Chicago Cardinals Drafted Linebackers
Year Round Selection Player College
1959 5   Maury Schleicher   Penn State
1959 5   Ted Bates   Oregon State
1959 13   Pat Lamberti   Richmond
1957 1   Jerry Tubbs   Oklahoma
1955 3   Tony Pasquesi   Notre Dame
1951 1   Jerry Groom   Notre Dame
1951 8   Leo Sanford   Louisiana Tech
1950 3   Bill Svoboda   Tulane
1950 7   Ed Bagdon   Michigan State
1949 9   Hal Herring   Auburn
1948 1   Jim Spavital   Oklahoma State
1945 6   Corwin Clatt   Notre Dame
1941 5   Ray Apolskis   Marquette
1941 14   Joe Lokanc   Northwestern
1940 7   Andy Chisick   Villanova
1940 8   Ben Kish   Pittsburgh
1939 6   George Faust   Minnesota
1939 10   Earl Crowder   Oklahoma
1939 17   Mike Kochel   Fordham
1938 7   Phil Dougherty   Santa Clara
1937 5   Ham Harmon   Tulsa
1936 8   Ross Carter   Oregon
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