Washington Redskins, 1964
Dick Shiner was drafted by the Redskins, but he shined dicks on six different teams in a 10-year career.
Brooklyn Dodgers, 1940
Coon, a guard, was selected in the 7th Round and played only 9 career games in one NFL season. So it is likely he made his fortune in something other than football.
Brooklyn Dodgers, 1941
Selected in the 11th Round of the 1941 draft, Weiner played only 10 games in his NFL career. Chances are his career ended from health complications due to his Chlamydia.
Washington Redskins, 1939
Dick Farman played five years in the NFL before moving home to Iowa where he farmed the thickest, juiciest dicks in all the Midwest.
Baltimore Colts, 1959
Yes, Dick was very popular back in olden times. The NFL Draft, from when it started in 1936 through the late '60s, was full of Dick picks. Only a few are listed here. There was also Dick Woodard, Dick McKissack, Dick Fugler, Dick Horn, Dick Lynch, Dick Hines, Dick Heinz, and many others — including Dick Butkus, who was so great at football he managed to make most people forget his name was DICK BUTKUS. Wow. He must have been quite a player.
Cleveland Browns, 1969
This Hooker was picked up in the 5th Round of the 1969 NFL Draft and caught 129 passes in six seasons for the Browns. Interestingly, his actual name is Fair Hooker, Jr., meaning both his father and grandfather respected whores who don't try to gouge you for some anal.
Pittsburgh Steelers, 1943
Max Kielbasa played two seasons at halfback for the Steelers. It can be presumed he then went on to open a sausage shop and/or star in adult films in Poland.
Cincinnati Bengals, 1968
In the 16th Round of the 1968 Draft, the Bengals took Brown Marks out of Indiana. He did not make the team. But he is remembered in the football pants of every Hoosiers player who doesn't wipe well enough.
Washington Redskins, 1959
Art Gob was selected in the 22nd Round and played two seasons in the NFL. Not surprisingly, he was a lineman. If you name your son "Art Gob", you're setting his life's max potential at "football lineman." Art Gob's other career options were garbage man and football stadium janitor. Congratulations, Art Gob. You reached the pinnacle of Art Gobdom.
Philadelphia Eagles, 1943
Banducci was taken in the 6th Round and went on to have an 11-year career with the Eagles and 49ers, making one Pro Bowl. Not a bad "legit" career for someone who was obviously a fat hitman in a poorly-written mafia movie.
Cleveland Browns, 1969
Smaha was the 358th player selected in the 1969 Draft and never played a down in the NFL. But Jiggy Smaha remains a very unique name. Well, it might be normal in Georgia, where he went to college, but it's unique everywhere else. "Jiggy" was as probably as common in the South in the old days as "Dick" was up North.
Chicago Bears, 1965
Seriously … DICK BUTKUS. In its three syllables it has DICK, BUTT and KISS: the holy triumvirate of 12 year-old boy humor.