GB Packers' HOF OL Cal Hubbard GLA & Perez-Steele Cards w/Signed Index Card PSA!

Here are 2 terrific Cal Hubbard cards, a GLA card and a Perez-Steele postcard, combined with a signed index card. Signature is with a black sharpie and has been certified authentic by PSA (PSA Cert #T58974). Everything is matted together nicely with a blue matting that measures 8” x 10”, from edge-to-edge.

Here is Hubbard’s bio from the Hall of Fame’s website.

Cal Hubbard , at 6-2 and 250 pounds was, by the standards of the 1920s, was huge. Still, he could run the 100-yard dash in close to 11 seconds. It was an awesome combination for a tackle – size and speed.

Hubbard played college football at two relatively small schools, Centenary College and Geneva College . But, when he turned pro, he went to the game’s biggest city, New York . The Giants, however, were well stocked at the tackle position, so the big man from the small schools was moved to the end position on offense and linebacker on defense. For the next two years, 1927 and 1928, the Giants teamed Cal with another future Hall of Fame lineman, Steve Owen.

The addition of big Cal made a good Giants defense great. New York posted 10 shutouts in 13 games in 1927 and allowed only 20 points for the season while winning their first NFL title. Hubbard earned all-league acclaim both seasons with New York .

In 1929, at his request, Cal was
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