Y.A. Tittle began his pro career with the Baltimore Colts of the All-America Football Conference.
Tittle joined the San Francisco 49ers following three years with the Colts.
Tittle and Joe "The Jet" Perry made up half of the 49ers' "Million Dollar Backfield."
Hugh "The King" McElhenny was another Hall of Fame element of the 49ers' "Million Dollar Backfield."
After 10 seasons in San Francisco, Tittle became the quarterback of the New York Giants.
Left to right: Giants head coach Allie Sherman, Tittle, and Hall of Famer Frank Gifford.
Tittle led the Giants to three division titles.
Tittle fired 33 TD passes in 1962 and then 36 touchdowns in 1963.
Tittle was elected to seven Pro Bowls during his Hall of Fame career.
Tittle and Charley Conerly gave the Giants great veteran leadership at quarterback.
Tittle was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1961 and 1963.
On this play, Y.A. had to avoid the fierce rush of Hall of Famer Bob Lilly.
Giants coach Allie Sherman and Y.A. discuss their offensive gameplan.
Y.A. is surrounded by fans following a Giants game.
After he retired, Tittle became the Giants quarterback coach. In this photo, he is giving advice to Hall of Fame QB Fran Tarkenton.
Y.A. was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1971.
Tittle delivered his enshrinement speech on July 31, 1971.
Y.A. posed with Wellington Mara. The Hall of Fame owner served as Tittle's presenter.