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 <i>(center)</i> is congratulated by Cardinals head coach Jimmy Conzelman <i>(right)</i> 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.