One of the premier players of his era, Marshall Goldberg starred as a two-way player for the Cardinals from 1939-1943 and following World War II from 1946-1948.
Goldberg (center) is congratulated by Cardinals head coach Jimmy Conzelman (right) and general manager Arch Ward after returning to the club following service during World War II.
In 1941 Goldberg rushed for a career-best 427 yards, tied for the league lead with seven INTs, averaged 19.6 yards on his 16 receptions, and led the NFL in kickoff returns.
A multi-purpose talent, Marshall was an exceptional back on both offense and defense.
In 1947, Goldberg teamed with Hall of Famer Charley Trippi to anchor a Cardinals squad that captured the NFL title.