Rajion Neal played runningback for the Tennessee Volunteers program from 2010-2013. Displaying an interesting skillset, Neal showed great hands and versatility playing runningback, Wildcat, and wide receiver. He finished with 444 carries for 2163 yards and 19 TDs, along with 66 catches for 626 yards and 5 TDs for Tennessee.
Undrafted, Rajion has seen time criss-crossing the North American continent in 3 different leagues. As a practice squad member, Neal has seen time with the Packers, Dolphins, Raiders, Steelers, and Browns in the NFL, and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL.
He’d join the Memphis Express of the AAF in 2019 and make the squad, but be cut after two games. finishing with 8 carries for 15 yards, and 4 receptions for 10 yards. Rajion returned to the Tiger-Cats of the CFL but did not make the squad.
Cards: Action Packed Rookies 1991, Star Pics 1991 Acquired: TTM 2019, C/o Home Sent: 3/23/19 Received: 8/13/19 (143 days)
Charles McRae played college ball at Tennessee from 1987-1990. For the first two years with the Volunteers, he played defensive line. McRae then joined the offensive line for 1989 and 1990 playing tackle. In his final year at Tennessee he earned Offensive Lineman of the Year Awards from NFL Draft Report- singled out for his outstanding blocking both against the run and pass. Charles also stood out (6’7″) on special teams blocking 5 kicks over his time at Knoxville.
He’d be selected in the first round (8th overall) by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The problem is the Bucs already had a left tackle in All Pro Paul Gruber– so Charles was moved to right tackle playing in all 16 games and starting 4 his rookie year. He’d play his first full 16 game slate in 1992. In 1994, Tampa shifted Charles to left guard for a season, starting 10 games. After the 1995 season, he spent one nondescript season on the Raiders before retiring.
After earning his Masters’ at Tennessee, Charles has spent his time as an executive in the medical field specializing in radiology.
I really like the presentation of his Action Packed Rookies card in what was definitely a set need. I threw these cards up with a hope and a prayer they’d come back. Charles was kind enough to sign these classic cards of his.
Quincy played for the Bulldogs of Georgia from 2013-2016. He tallied 186 total tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, .5 sacks, 12 pass deflections, 1 forced fumble, and 7 interceptions for 32 yards. After not being selected in the 2017 NFL Draft, he’d sign on with the Atlanta Falcons where they tried him out at safety. After spending a year on IR, Quincy joined the Oakland Raiders in 2018, but did not make the squad. He’d be allocated to the Atlanta Legends of the AAF in 2018 and moved back to cornerback. Quincy had a decent preseason, but was injured during the opening week of the season after making 1 tackle. He signed this card for me very quickly and wrote a nice note on the outside of the envelope thanking me for being a fan.
Celebrating the game, the players, the cards, and the autographs for over 25 years.