Pete Pihos, Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame End

August 16th, 2011  |  Published in Player Deaths  |  1 Comment

Pete Pihos, Hall of Fame end for the Philadelphia Eagles, passed away this morning, according to the team’s web site. Pihos played nine seasons for the Eagles, from 1947 to 1955, and he made the Pro Bowl the last six of those seasons. He was also a member of the Eagles’ 1948 and 1949 NFL Championship teams. Pihos’s page on the Pro Football Hall of Fame web site has a summary of his career.

Pihos had two rookie cards, the 1948 Leaf and 1948 Bowman cards pictured below. The 1948 Leaf card shown here is the variation with yellow numerals; there is also a rare variation with blue numerals. You can see all of Pete Pihos’s cards in the Vintage Football Card Gallery.
Pete Pihos 1948 Leaf rookie football cardPete Pihos 1948 Bowman rookie football card

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  1. CPAdave says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 7:28 AM (#)

    Wow. The day after I did my Pete Pihos HOF Spotlight article.

    Weird.

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