McNally played for five different NFL teams -- Milwaukee Badgers, Duluth Eskimos, Pottsville Maroons, Green Bay Packers, and Pittsburgh Pirates.
McNally picked his moniker "Blood" from the film "Blood and Sand" after walking past a movie theater.
A halfback, McNally helped the Packers become the first team to win three straight NFL titles.
McNally posed with his bust at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He frequently visited Canton after his induction in 1963.
McNally was a player-coach with the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1930s.
McNally was one of 17 charter members enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame's inaugural Class of 1963.
McNally dining with George Halas.
McNally visited with future Pro Football Hall of Famers Paul Hornung (center) and Bart Starr (right).
Johnny was paraded around Canton's Fawcett Stadium following his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963.
McNally's Hall of Fame mural.
McNally's bronze bust.