Ralph Williams entered the pros as a free agent signing of the Houston Oilers in 1981. He did not play that year due to a back injury but made the roster and played 7 games in 1982. He suited up for one game for the Oilers in 1983. In 1984, he signed with the expansion San Antonio Gunslingers and spent two seasons with them in the USFL. After the conclusion of the 1985 USFL season, Williams signed with the New Orleans Saints and played in 22 games for the Saints with 20 starts over two seasons (85-86). Since his playing days ended, Williams has had a long career in law enforcement in Louisiana. The Gunslingers used the same set of jerseys in both of their seasons of existence and this one has several team repairs. All Gunslinger o-lineman had their jersey sleeves shortened and customized with an elastic.
Scott Stamper - Running Back (Fort Lewis)
Scott Stamper was signed as a free agent by the Denver Gold on January 30, 1983. He made the team but spent the first 11 games of the season on the Developmental Squad before being activated to the regular roster on May 20, 1983. Stamper ran the ball 3 times for 11 yards and also saw duty on the kickoff return team where he fielded 10 kickoffs in 7 games for an average of 21.3 yards a return. Stamper was selected by the San Antonio Gunslingers in the 19th round (112th overall) of the USFL Expansion Draft on September 6, 1983. Stamper rushed 123 times in 1984 for 500 yards and 3 touchdowns to go along with 14 catches for 84 yards. He also returned 4 kickoffs for 62 yards. In 1985, Stamper had 127 carries for 371 yards and 6 TDs for the Gunslingers. He added 25 receptions for 179 yards and one score. After the USFL ceased operations, Stamper was signed by the New York Jets but was cut in training camp. Stamper was inducted into the Fort Lewis Hall of Fame in 1996.