A solid and speedy defensive back for the Michigan State Spartans from 1984 to 1987, Todd Krumm had 18 career interceptions for 198 yards and a TD. He also was a reliable special teams contributor with 63 punt returns for 556 yards. During his senior season, he was an AP & UPI selection as an All-Big Ten player, when he intercepted a school record 9 passes at free safety.
Although he didn’t make the roster of the Redskins as a rookie free agent in 1987, Todd played for the Chicago Bears in 1988 recording 2 interceptions for 14 yards over 15 contests.
In 1992, Todd signed with the Orlando Thunder of the World League. Todd displayed much of the versatility and a nose for the ball that he had in his previous stints in college and with the Bears. He had 3 interceptions for 16 yards and a sack during the regular season. He is notable for intercepting Surge quarterback David Archer during the second half of World Bowl II.
Card: Wild Card World League 1992 Acquired: TTM 2019, C/o Home Sent: 8/24 Received: 9/7 (14 days)
Phil Logan played college ball for the Kentucky Wildcats from 1987 to 1990. In his Senior campaign, Phil caught 37 passes for 565 yards and 4 TDs. He finished ranked 4th on the school’s charts with 83 receptions for 1219 yards and 4 TDs. He also had a memorable 85 yard kick return for a TD (his only return of the year) in his Junior season as well.
Phil joined the World League in late 1991. He’d be selected by the Ohio Glory in 1992. During the season Phil caught 17 passes for 256 yards and 2 TDs- including a 51 yard barnburner. After the league failed, Phil played a season with the Massachusetts Marauders of the Arena Football League.
Phil had this really solid Wild Card entry that I always wanted to get signed, and over the last year or two I’ve really made a breakthrough with locating many players in the World League- especially those with common names. Phil was very gracious and kind in his response to me and thanked me for writing him and really making his day.
Willie Don Wright walked onto the Wyoming football team where he played outside linebacker and defensive end for the Cowboys. He was signed in 1990 as a free agent by the Phoenix Cardinals, who then allocated Wright to the Frankfurt Galaxy of the World League in 1992. During the season Willie recorded 5 sacks for the Galaxy before returning stateside to the Cards.
Willie was placed on the practice squad and then was converted successfully from linebacker to tight end. -He was active for 9 games but didn’t see any playing time. The following year in ’93, Wright was cut after the team decided to go with less tight ends on the roster, and then found himself again on the short end of the stick in 94 and 96. He’d briefly play in the CFL with the Las Vegas Posse in 1995, before he finished his degree at Wyoming in music education.
He wrote me a nice note thanking me for my letter. Wright currently lives in Wyoming where he teaches music at the Junior High level.
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