Gary Collins

(1962-1971)

Gary James Collins (born August 20, 1940) is a retired American football end and punter who played for the Cleveland Browns from 1962 to 1971. The Browns chose Collins with the fourth draft pick in 1962 and immediately made him the starting punter and also using him as a receiver. In 1963, he moved into the starting lineup and led the team with 43 receptions and with 13 touchdowns catches. The latter mark broke a team record of nine. Collins sparkled in the 1964 NFL championship game, when he was on the receiving end of three touchdown passes and won the game's Most Valuable Player award in the 27-0 upset over the Baltimore Colts. Collins retired with 339 receptions for 5,299 yards and 70 touchdowns. He remains the Browns' leader in career receiving touchdowns.

 

 


 

 

Autographs

1968 Topps

TTM Autograph

2007 TriStar

SignaCuts Autographs

146/205

#GCO

2008 Donruss

Gridiron Gear Performers AU

70/175

#20

 

 


 

 

Inserts & Serials

2008 Donruss

Gridiron Gear Performers

Gold

393/500

#20

2008 Donruss

Gridiron Gear Performers

Silver

45/250

#20

2008 Donruss

Gridiron Gear Performers

Gold Holofoil

28/100

#20

2008 Donruss

Gridiron Gear Performers

Platinum

10/25

#20

2008 Leaf Limited

Legend

254/499

#137

2008 Playoff

National Treasures

59/99

#89

 

 


 

 

Commons

1964 Philadelphia

Rookie Card

#31

1965 Philadelphia

#32

1966 Philadelphia

#42

1967 Philadelphia

#39

 

 

1968 Topps

#128

1969 Topps

#234

1970 Topps

#169

1971 Topps

#75

1971 Topps

Game Insert

#14

Hero Decks

Football Heroes

Playing Cards