1960 American Football League All-League Players

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Sporting News American Football League All-League Team - 1960[edit]

The American Football League did not have an All-Star game after its first season in 1960, but an All-League team, selected by vote of the AFL players themselves, was published by the Sporting News. In later years, the All-League players were augmented by other All-Stars to form two squads, Eastern and Western, to play in the All-Star Game. The exception was 1965, in which the League Champion Buffalo Bills played against a team of All-Stars from the rest of the League.

Offense[edit]

Player AFL Team Position AFL Division
Bill Groman Houston Oilers End Eastern
Lionel Taylor Denver Broncos End Western
Rich Michael Houston Oilers Tackle Eastern
Ron Mix Los Angeles Chargers Tackle Western
Bill Krisher Dallas Texans Guard Western
Bob Mischak New York Titans Guard Eastern
Jim Otto Oakland Raiders Center Western
Jack Kemp Los Angeles Chargers Quarterback Western
Paul Lowe Los Angeles Chargers Halfback Western
Abner Haynes New York Titans Halfback Western
Dave Smith Houston Oilers Fullback Eastern

Defense[edit]

Player AFL Team Position AFL Division
LaVerne Torczon Buffalo Bills End Eastern
Mel Branch Dallas Texans End Western
Bud McFadin Denver Broncos Tackle Western
Volney Peters Los Angeles Chargers Tackle Western
Archie Matsos Buffalo Bills Linebacker Eastern
Sherrill Headrick Dallas Texans Linebacker Western
Tom Addison Boston Patriots Linebacker Eastern
Richie McCabe Buffalo Bills Back Eastern
Dick Harris Los Angeles Chargers Back Western
Ross O'Hanley Boston Patriots Back Eastern
Austin Gonsoulin Denver Broncos Back Western

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