- Dick Plasman
Dick Plasman Running back Personal information Date of birth: April 6, 1914 Place of birth: Miami, Florida, U.S. Date of death: June 23, 1981(aged 67) Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) Weight: 218 lb (99 kg) Career information College: Vanderbilt NFL Draft: 1937 / Round: 3 / Pick: 28 Debuted in 1937 for the Chicago Bears Last played in 1947 for the Chicago Cardinals Career history Career highlights and awards Career NFL statistics as of 1947 Receiving yards 1,083 Average 19.3 Touchdowns 7 Stats at pro-football-reference.com Stats at DatabaseFootball.com
Dick Plasman (April 6, 1914 – June 23, 1981) is a former professional American football player who played running back for eight seasons for the Chicago Bears and Chicago Cardinals. He is notably the last player in the NFL to play a game without a helmet. He did so in the 1940 NFL Championship game.
Chicago Bears 1940 NFL ChampionsLee Artoe | Al Baisi | Frank Bausch | Ray Bray | Chet Chesney | Harry Clarke | Gary Famiglietti | Aldo Forte | Danny Fortmann | Ken Kavanaugh | Ed Kolman | Sid Luckman | Jack Manders | Joe Maniaci | Eggs Manske | Phil Martinovich | Bernie Masterson | George McAfee | Ray McLean | Joe Mihal | George Musso | Ray Nolting | Bob Nowaskey | Bill Osmanski | Dick Plasman | Hamp Pool | Solly Sherman | John Siegal | Bob Snyder | Joe Stydahar | Bob Swisher | Jack Torrance | Bulldog Turner | George Wilson
Head Coach George Halas
Chicago Bears 1941 NFL ChampionsLee Artoe | Al Baisi | Ray Bray | Young Bussey | Harry Clarke | Gary Famiglietti | John Federovitch | Aldo Forte | Danny Fortmann | Hugh Gallarneau | Bill Hughes | Ken Kavanaugh | Ed Kolman | Hal Lahar | Sid Luckman | Joe Maniaci | Al Matuza | George McAfee | Ray McLean | Joe Mihal | George Musso | Ray Nolting | Bob Nowaskey | Bill Osmanski | Dick Plasman | Hamp Pool | John Siegal | Bob Snyder | Norm Standlee | Joe Stydahar | Bob Swisher | Bulldog Turner | George Wilson
Head Coach George Halas
Chicago Cardinals 1947 NFL ChampionsPlato Andros | Elmer Angsman | Ray Apolskis | Lloyd Arms | Vince Banonis | Bill Blackburn | Chet Bulger | Jeff Burkett | Bill Campbell | Paul Christman | Red Cochran | Jake Colhouer | Joe Coomer | Bill DeCorrevont | Bill Dewell | Babe Dimancheff | John Doolan | Clarence Esser | Marshall Goldberg | Pat Harder | Frank Ivy | Jack Karwales | Mal Kutner | Ray Mallouf | Caleb Martin | Stan Mauldin | Ham Nichols | Joe Parker | Dick Plasman | Buster Ramsey | Walt Rankin | Vic Schwall | Charles Smith | Walt Szot | Charley Trippi | Bob Zimny
Head Coach Jimmy Conzelman
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