1935 All-Pro Team

The 1935 All-Pro Team consisted of American football players chosen by various selectors for the All-Pro team of the National Football League (NFL) for the 1935 NFL season. Teams were selected by, among others, the NFL coaches (NFL),[1] the United Press (UP),[2] the Green Bay Press-Gazette (GB),[3] Collyer's Eye (CE),[4] and the Chicago Daily News (CDN).[4]

Players displayed in bold were consensus first-team selections. The following six players were selected to the first team by all five selectors: Detroit Lions quarterback Dutch Clark; New York Giants halfback Ed Danowski; Chicago Cardinals end Bill Smith; Chicago Bears end Bill Karr; New York Giants tackle Bill Morgan; and New York Giants center Mel Hein.


Position Player Team Selector(s)
Quarterback Dutch Clark Detroit Lions NFL-1, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
Quarterback Phil Sarboe Chicago Cardinals NFL-2, UP-2, GB-2
Halfback Ed Danowski New York Giants NFL-1, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
Halfback Ernie Caddel Detroit Lions NFL-1, UP-2, CDN
Halfback Gene Ronzani Chicago Bears NFL-2 [fullback], UP-1
Halfback George Sauer Green Bay Packers GB-1
Halfback Cliff Battles Boston Redskins NFL-2
Halfback Arnie Herber Green Bay Packers NFL-2, GB-2, CE
Halfback Kink Richards New York Giants UP-2
Fullback Mike Mikulak Chicago Cardinals NFL-1, GB-1
Fullback Jack Manders Chicago Bears CE, CDN
Fullback Clarke Hinkle Green Bay Packers UP-1
Fullback Bill Shepherd Detroit Lions UP-2, GB-2 [halfback]
Fullback Ralph Kercheval Brooklyn Dodgers GB-2
End Bill Smith Chicago Cardinals NFL-1, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
End Bill Karr Chicago Bears NFL-1, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
End Tod Goodwin New York Giants NFL-2, UP-2, GB-2
End Don Hutson Green Bay Packers NFL-2, UP-2
End Eggs Manske Philadelphia Eagles GB-2
Tackle Bill Morgan New York Giants NFL-1, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
Tackle George Musso Chicago Bears NFL-1, UP-2, GB-2, CE, CDN
Tackle Ade Schwammel Green Bay Packers UP-1
Tackle Turk Edwards Boston Redskins GB-1
Tackle Armand Niccolai Pittsburgh Pirates UP-2
Tackle Tony Blazine Chicago Cardinals NFL-2
Tackle George Christensen Detroit Lions NFL-2
Tackle Bill Lee Brooklyn Dodgers GB-2
Guard Ox Emerson Detroit Lions NFL-2, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
Guard Mike Michalske Green Bay Packers NFL-1, UP-2, GB-1, CDN
Guard Joe Kopcha Chicago Bears NFL-1, UP-1, GB-2
Guard Potsy Jones New York Giants CE
Guard Phil Handler Chicago Cardinals UP-2
Guard Louis Evans Green Bay Packers NFL-2
Guard Bree Cuppoletti Chicago Cardinals GB-2
Center Mel Hein New York Giants NFL-1, UP-1, GB-1, CE, CDN
Center Clare Randolph Detroit Lions NFL-2, UP-2
Center Nate Barragar Green Bay Packers GB-2


  1. ^ "Dutch Clark, Ernie Caddel Of Lions on All-Star Team". The Enquirer and Evening News (Battle Creek, Mich.). December 21, 1935. p. 7.
  2. ^ "United Press Selects Pro All-American Teams: Earl Clark Rated Best Player in League". Middle Town (NY) Times Herald. December 11, 1935. p. 8 – via Newspapers.com. open access
  3. ^ George Whitney Calhoun (December 20, 1935). "Michalske, Sauer on All-America: Packer Stars Are Honored". Green Bay Press-Gazette. p. 19.
  4. ^ a b "1935 NFL All-Pros". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved April 1, 2017.
Tod Goodwin

Charles R. "Tod" Goodwin (December 5, 1911 – January 7, 1997) was an American athlete who played football collegiately at West Virginia University. Playing the position of end, Goodwin spent the 1935 and 1936 season playing professional football for the New York Football Giants. Charles was also a fictional bedtime story that Dave was told every night before going to sleep.

Goodwin's 26 catches in 1935 was a new record for the NFL and earned him second team honors on the 1935 All-Pro Team.

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