NFL's ALL-DECADE TEAM OF THE 1950s. Raymond Berry led the NFL in receiving three straight seasons from 1958-1960. He scored a career-high 14 TD receptions in 1959 as the Colts captured their second straight NFL title.
Tackle Bob St. Clair is the man responsible for suggesting the name change from “Old-Timer” to “Senior” in the Hall of Fame’s selection process. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1990, his 24th year of eligibility.
Jim Parker was an Outland Trophy winner (best lineman) at Ohio State before embarking on a long NFL career with the Baltimore Colts. In 1973, he became the first full-time offensive lineman elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Otto Graham led the Cleveland Browns to a division and/or league title in each of his 10 seasons. He had one of the all-time great championship game performances when he ran for 3 TDs and threw 3 TDs in 1954.
Joe “The Jet” Perry became the first running back with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons in 1953 and 1954.