1924 All-Pro Team

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The 1924 All-Pro Team consists of American football players chosen by various selectors as the best players at their positions for the All-Pro team of the National Football League (NFL) for the 1924 NFL season.[1] Four players were unanimous first-team picks by both known selectors: guard Stanley Muirhead of the Dayton Triangles; quarterback Joey Sternaman of the Chicago Bears; and halfbacks Charley Way of the Frankford Yellow Jackets and Benny Boynton of the Buffalo Bisons.

Selectors and key[edit]

For the 1924 season, there are two known selectors of All-Pro Teams,[2] they are:

GB = A poll conducted by the Green Bay Press-Gazette identified first, second, and third teams, the selections were based on polling of 12 sports writers from cities having NFL teams and of six officials who worked NFL games during the season.[3][2]

CE = Selected by E.G. Brands, a correspondent for Collyer's Eye, a sports journal published in Chicago.[1][4]

Players selected by both selectors as first-team All-Pros are displayed in bold typeface. Players who have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame are designated with a "†" next to their names.

Selections by position[edit]

Ends[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
Joe Little Twig Rock Island Independents GB-1
Tillie Voss Green Bay Packers GB-1
Guy Chamberlin Cleveland Bulldogs GB-3, CE-1
Mike Wilson Rock Island Independents CE-1
Paul G. Goebel Columbus Tigers GB-2, CE-2
Eddie Anderson Chicago Cardinals GB-2
Duke Hanny Chicago Bears CE-2
Oscar Christianson Minneapolis Marines GB-3

Tackles[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
Ed Healey Chicago Bears GB-1, CE-2
Link Lyman Cleveland Bulldogs GB-2, CE-1
Boni Petcoff Columbus Tigers GB-1
Bub Weller Milwaukee Badgers CE-1
Duke Slater Rock Island Independents GB-2
Olin Smith Cleveland Bulldogs CE-2
Cub Buck Green Bay Packers GB-3
Mike Gulian Frankford Yellow Jackets GB-3

Guards[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
Stanley Muirhead Dayton Triangles GB-1, CE-1
Swede Youngstrom Buffalo Bisons GB-1
George Berry Hammond/Akron CE-1
Doc Williams Duluth Kelleys GB-2
Jim McMillen Chicago Bears GB-2
Walt LeJeune Milwaukee Badgers CE-2
Jim Welsh Frankford Yellow Jackets CE-2
Al Nesser Akron Pros GB-3
Ralph King Racine Legion GB-3

Centers[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
George Trafton Chicago Bears GB-1
Elmer McCormick Buffalo CE-1
Andy Nemecek Columbus Tigers GB-2
Herb Stein Frankford Yellow Jackets CE-2
Carl Peterson Kansas City Blues GB-3

Quarterbacks[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
Joey Sternaman Chicago Bears GB-1, CE-1
Paddy Driscoll Chicago Cardinals GB-2
Hoge Workman Cleveland Bulldogs CE-2
Sonny Winters Columbus Tigers GB-3

Halfbacks[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
Charley Way Frankford Yellow Jackets GB-1, CE-1
Benny Boynton Buffalo Bisons GB-1, CE-1
Dave Noble Cleveland Bulldogs GB-2
Curly Lambeau Green Bay Packers GB-2
John Hurlburt Chicago Cardinals CE-2
Red Dunn Milwaukee Badgers CE-2
Joe Guyon Rock Island Independents GB-3
Wayne Brenkert Akron Pros GB-3

Fullbacks[edit]

Player Team Selector(s)
Tex Hamer Frankford Yellow Jackets GB-2, CE-1
Doc Elliott Cleveland Bulldogs GB-1
Ken Huffine Dayton Triangles CE-2
Hank Gillo Racine Legion GB-3

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "1924 NFL ALL-Pros". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved October 25, 2017. 
  2. ^ a b John Hogrogian (1984). "1924 All-Pros" (PDF). Coffin Corner. Pro Football Researchers. 
  3. ^ "Tillie Voss Picked as End On All American Pro Team; Lambeau, Half, On 2nd Squad". Green Bay Press-Gazette. December 19, 1924. p. 22 – via Newspapers.com. 
  4. ^ "Mike Wilson Is Selected On All Star Pro Eleven". The Daily Times (Davenport, Iowa). p. 16 – via Newspapers.com.