Here are most of the autographs, not including the ones of rookies that never stuck to the team.
Here's D'Marco Farr, a member of the GSOT super bowl team and current radio commentator for 101 ESPN St. Louis (which I listen to on the tunein radio app. It's pretty cool for listening to out of town radio).
Henry Ellard has a beautiful signature and although he isn't a hall of famer, he's still one of the best receivers to play for the Rams.
I don't have any other autographs on old black and white pictures, so this picture is definitely one of my favorites.
There were actually two Flipper Anderson autographs in the package, but the other signature was faded. Anderson still holds the record for most yards from scrimmage/receiving yards in a game with 336 yards.
Roland Williams played tight end for the Super Bowl XXXIV team and was a great blocker.
Now this autograph is the main attraction of the lot. Even though it's not an 8 x 10, I couldn't turn down an autograph from a deceased hall of famer (RIP). Crazylegs dominated the NFL like Reggie Bush dominated the Pac-10 over 50 years before Bush. A deep threat and a YAC machine, Hirsch is one of the most elusive players in NFL History.