The 1925 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 1925 NFL season.[1]

Selectors and key

For the 1925 season, there are four known selectors of All-Pro Teams. They are:

GB = A poll conducted by the Green Bay Press-Gazette identified first and second teams. The selections were based on polling of sports editors at a dozen newspapers in the NFL area.[2][3]

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

JC = Joseph Carr, NFL Commissioner (1921–1939)[4]

OSJ = Ohio State Journal, including first and second teams and honorable mentions.[2]

Players selected by multiple 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


Charlie Berry
Player Team Selector(s)
Charlie Berry Pottsville Maroons GB-1, CE-1, OSJ-1
Lynn Bomar New York Giants GB-2, JC
Eddie Lynch Rochester Jeffersons GB-1
Paul G. Goebel Columbus Tigers JC
Rae Crowther Frankford Yellow Jackets CE-1
Gene Mayl Dayton Triangles OSJ-1
Duke Hanny Chicago Bears CE-2
Eddie Anderson Chicago Cardinals CE-2
Frank Culver Canton Bulldogs CE-2
Red Maloney Providence Steamroller GB-2
Tillie Voss Detroit OSJ-2
Joe Little Twig Rock Island OSJ-2


Player Team Selector(s)
Ed Healey Chicago Bears GB-1, CE-1, JC, OSJ-2
Gus Sonnenberg Detroit Panthers GB-1, OSJ-1
Link Lyman Cleveland Bulldogs CE-2, JC
Duke Slater Rock Island Independents GB-2, CE-1
Century Milstead New York Giants CE-1
Walt Ellis Columbus Tigers OSJ-1
Dick Stahlman Akron Pros GB-2
Russ Stein Pottsville Maroons CE-2
Chet Widerquist Rock Island Independents CE-2
Pete Henry Canton Bulldogs OSJ-2


Player Team Selector(s)
Jim McMillen Chicago Bears GB-1, CE-2, OSJ-1
Swede Youngstrom Cleveland Bulldogs CE-1, OSJ-2
Art Carney New York Giants GB-1
John Alexander New York Giants JC
Butch Spagna Frankford Yellow Jackets JC
Al Nesser Akron OSJ-1
George Abramson Green Bay Packers GB-2, OSJ-2
Duke Osborn Pottsville Maroons GB-2


Ralph Claypool
Player Team Selector(s)
Ralph Claypool Chicago Cardinals GB-1, OSJ-1
Herb Stein Pottsville Maroons JC
George Trafton Chicago Bears CE-1
Dolph Eckstein Providence Steamroller GB-2, OSJ-2


Player Team Selector(s)
Paddy Driscoll Chicago Cardinals GB-1 [HB], CE-1, OSJ-1
Joey Sternaman Chicago Bears GB-1, CE-2, JC
Jimmy Robertson Akron Pros GB-2


Walter French
Player Team Selector(s)
Walter French Pottsville Maroons CE-1, OSJ-1
Dave Noble Cleveland Bulldogs GB-1
Red Grange Chicago Bears JC, OSJ-2 [QB]
Red Barron Coral Gables Collegians JC
Heinie Benkert New York Giants CE-1
Goldie Rapp Columbus Tigers OSJ-1
Jimmy Conzelman Detroit Panthers CE-2
Verne Lewellen Green Bay Packers GB-2
Cy Wentworth Providence Steamroller GB-2
Buddy Tynes Columbus OSJ-2
Hinkey Haines New York Giants OSJ-2


Player Team Selector(s)
Jack McBride New York Giants GB-1, CE-3, JC, OSJ-1
Barney Wentz Pottsville Maroons CE-1
Tex Hamer Frankford Yellow Jackets GB-2, CE-2, OSJ-2
Bob Koehler Chicago Cardinals CE-2


  1. ^ a b "1925 NFL ALL-Pros". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved October 25, 2017.
  2. ^ a b John Hogrogian (1985). "1925 All-Pros" (PDF). Coffin Corner. Pro Football Researchers.
  3. ^ "Two Packers On Second All American Pro Eleven". Green Bay Press-Gazette. December 18, 1925. p. 28 – via
  4. ^ Chris Willis (2010). The Man Who Built the National Football League: Joe F. Carr. p. 217. ISBN 9780810876705.