Raymond Edward Prochaska (August 9, 1919 – March 9, 1997) was an American football player and coach born in Ulysses, Nebraska. He attended the University of Nebraska and played one season in the National Football League. 
Prochaska went on to be an assistant coach, and in 1961 briefly served as head coach of the St. Louis Cardinals. After Pop Ivy resigned late in the season, Procaska shared head coaching duties with fellow assistant coaches Chuck Drulis and Ray Willsey. Under the trio's guidance, the team won its last two games. 
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