Next is another Hall of Famer, John Mackey. John has those 70's sideburns going for sure.
Another balloon holder, receiver Eddie Hinton.
Safety Rick Volk.
Versatile halfback Tom Matte.
And finally the hero of Super Bowl V, Jim O'Brien.
Excuse me just a second as I re-live a great moment:
Anyway I found some photos on eBay of the album and wrappers from both years of this thing.
This set of 390 stamps was issued in both 1971 and 1972 under the auspices of the NFL Players Association in conjunction with an album entitled "The Wonderful World of Pro Football USA." The album features a photo of Earl Morrall and Mark Washington from Super Bowl V. The stamps are numbered and measure approximately 1 15/16" by 2 7/8". The team order of the album is arranged alphabetically according to the city name and then alphabetically by player name within each team The picture stamp album contains 30 pages measuring approximately 9 1/2" by 13 1/4". The text narrates the story of pro football in the United States. The album includes spaces for 390 color player stamps. The checklist and stamp numbering below is according to the album. There are some numbering and very slight text variations between the 1971 and 1972 issues on some stamps.It's nice to knock another oddball item off my BALTIMORE Colts wantlist.