Dick Stahlman

Richard Frederick Stahlman (October 20, 1902 – May 11, 1970) was an American football offensive lineman. He played seven seasons in the National Football League and one season in the first American Football League.[1]

Dick Stahlman
Position:Offensive lineman
Personal information
Born:October 20, 1902
Chicago, Illinois
Died:May 11, 1970 (aged 67)
Chicago, Illinois
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:219 lb (99 kg)
Career information
College:Northwestern
Career history
Career highlights and awards
  • 1925 GB Press-Gazette: 2nd Team All-NFL
  • 1931 Collyers Eye Mag.: 1st Team All-NFL
  • 1931 NFL: 2nd Team All-NFL
Player stats at PFR

References

  1. ^ https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/news.cgi?id=StahDi20

External links

1925 All-Pro Team

The 1925 All-Pro Team consists of American football players chosen by various selectors as the best players at their positions for the All-Pro team of the National Football League (NFL) for the 1925 NFL season.

1927 All-Pro Team

The 1927 All-Pro Team consists of American football players chosen by various selectors at the end as the best players at their positions for the All-Pro team of the National Football League (NFL) for the 1927 NFL season. Selectors for the 1927 season included the Green Bay Press-Gazette poll and the Chicago Tribune.

1931 All-Pro Team

The 1931 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 1931 NFL season. Teams were selected by, among others, the Green Bay Press-Gazette based on the returns of ballots sent to each club in the league as well as sports writers and officials, the United Press (UP), and Collyer's Eye (CE).Players displayed in bold were consensus first-team selections. Four players were unanimously selected for the first team by all three selectors: Portsmouth Spartans quarterback Dutch Clark; Chicago Bears halfback Red Grange; Chicago Cardinals fullback Ernie Nevers; and New York Giants guard Butch Gibson.

Chicago Bulls (AFL, 1926)

The Chicago Bulls were a professional American football team that competed in the first American Football League in 1926. Owned by Joey Sternaman (brother of Chicago Bears co-owner Dutch Sternaman), the Bulls also had AFL founders C. C. Pyle and Red Grange as shareholders (Pyle and Grange were also the co-owners of the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Wildcats of the AFL). Joey Sternaman was also the coach and blocking back for the Bulls throughout their brief existence.The newly minted Bulls had adverse effects on the more established NFL. First, the Bulls leased Comiskey Park, forcing the Chicago Cardinals to play in the (older and much smaller) Normal Field. Second, the Bulls made an offer for Cardinals star Paddy Driscoll that the reigning NFL champions could not match (Cardinals owner Chris O'Brien arranged a trade with the Bears, who did match the Bulls' offer to Driscoll, keeping him in the established league but knocking the Cardinals out of championship contention). Failing to sign Driscoll, the Bulls built up their roster by signing up men who played their college football in the American Midwest.Despite playing in front of 16,000 people in their first home game (against the Yankees on October 17, 1926), the Bulls were generally a poor attraction despite the star power of Joey Sternaman. Most of the Bulls games – both at home and away – were played in front of 4000 people or fewer. Attendance at Bulls games were often a reflection of the drawing power of their opponents. The team's first game (at Newark) was played in front of only 2000 people in Davids' Stadium on September 26; the Bulls played the last three official games of the American Football League: in front of 15,000 in Yankee Stadium on November 28 against the Yankees, in front of 3000 in Comiskey Park on December 5 against the Wildcats, and in front 8000 in Comiskey Park on December 12 against the Yankees. With the conclusion of the last game, the AFL – and the Chicago Bulls – became history, and Sternaman returned to the Chicago Bears.

Kenosha Maroons

The Kenosha Maroons were a National Football League football team in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Officially, the club only played in the league during the 1924 season, dissolving after posting no wins in five games.

List of Akron Pros players

This is a list of American football players who have played for the Akron Pros in the National Football League (NFL). It includes players that have played at least one match in the NFL regular season. The Akron Pros franchise was founded around 1908 and lasted until 1926. The team folded in 1927. The club was known as the Akron Indians prior to 1920 and in 1926.

List of Kenosha Maroons players

This is a list of known American football players who have played for the Kenosha Maroons of the National Football League in 1924. It includes players that have played at least one match with the team.

List of New York Giants players

This article is a list of American football players who have played for the National Football League (NFL)'s New York Giants. It includes players that have played one or more games for the Giants in the NFL regular season. The New York Giants franchise was founded in 1925. The Giants have played for nineteen NFL Championships and have won eight, including four of the five Super Bowls in which they have played.

List of Rock Island Independents players

This is a list of known American football players who have played for the Rock Island Independents of the National Football League, from 1920 until 1925, and the first American Football League. It includes players that have played at least one match with the team.

Stahlman

Stahlman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Dick Stahlman (born 1902), American football offensive lineman

Edward Bushrod Stahlman (1843-1930), German-born American businessman

James Geddes Stahlman, Tennessee newspaper publisher and philanthropist

Mildred T. Stahlman, professor of pediatrics and pathology at Vanderbilt University

Sylvia Stahlman (1929–1998), American soprano, particularly associated with light, coloratura roles

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