A two-time Pro Bowl selection and member of the
NFL 1950’s All-Decade Team, Bobby Walston was one
of the league’s most unique talents, excelling at wide
receiver and tight end while also serving as the Eagles’
kicker throughout his 12-year career in Philadelphia.
From 1951-62, Walston led the NFL in points scored
(881, second most in franchise history) and ranked
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fourth in receptions (311), fifth in receiving yards
(5,363), and sixth in receiving touchdowns (46,
including 11 touchdowns in 1954). His 25-point
performance at Washington on October 17, 1954
still stands as the Eagles’ single-game scoring record.
After his illustrious playing career, Walston spent
time in the E agles’ front office.
HALL OF FAME
WIDE RECEIVER, TIGHT END, AND KICKER, 1951-62
EAGLES HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE: 2019