December 11, 1933 – October 18, 2015

University of Miami  |  1955 • 1956

1957 NFL Draft • Round 4 • 49th Overall

It's all about collecting The U, a collection featuring 524 alumni of the University of Miami football program.
  • Miami Hurricanes Football
  • Currently Enrolled Players & Commits

Jack Johnson Football Cards

It's All About Collecting The U!

With over 525 player alumni and staff from the University of Miami Football program represented, I believe my Hurricanes card collection is the most expansive in existence. It includes players that have been inducted into Hall of Fames through practice squad members and those that merely committed and walked away before the season began. Also represented are head coaches, assistants, and other staff members of the program. Along with traditional football cards, I also count similar flat collectables like pocket schedules and ticket stubs.

The Card Album is my personal collection showcase. I originally designed my first website, CardMagnet.info, from scratch in Microsoft FrontPage and used tables to organize things. The site was updated regularly 2009 to 2021. I’m proud to say that I had regular viewers from around the world, and my content was frequently in the top results on Google’s web and image results. The time came to put some new tools and ideas to use, and so TheCardAlbum.com was born.

About Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson (December 11, 1933 – October 18, 2015) was an American football defensive back in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears. He also was a member of the Buffalo Bills and Dallas Texans in the American Football League. He played college football at the University of Miami.

Johnson attended Carrick High School, where he played as a running back. He accepted a football scholarship from the University of Miami. During his first years, he was tried at different positions, including halfback. In his last two seasons he also was the team’s punter.

As a senior, he settled as a two-way player at offensive end and defensive back, becoming a starter for the first time in his college career. He was second on the team with 8 receptions for 98 yards (12.3-yard avg.) and 2 receiving touchdowns.

In 2004, he was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame.