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"We didn’t make much money, but we had a lot of fun … nothing but fun. Whoever thought that kids who enjoyed the game on all those sandlots would get to play the game on the pro level? That’s pretty special.”
(Boston College)...6'2'', 263...Arthur James Donovan, Jr ... First Colt to enter Pro Football Hall of Fame ... Began NFL play as 26-year-old rookie in 1950 ... Vital part of Baltimore's climb to powerhouse status in 1950s ... All-NFL, 1954 through 1958 ... Played in five Pro Bowls ... Great morale builder on Colts teams ... Son of famous boxing referee of same name ... Played at Boston College after World War II Marines service ... Born June 5, 1925, in Bronx, New York ... Died August 4, 2013 at age 88.
.@LT_21 unveiled his @Ford Hometown HOFer plaque during tonight’s @TCUFootball game. https://t.co/cSBUm5xfKK
Posted on 22 Oct
The HOF Street Team is at the @ColumbusZoo today w/ the @ArnoldSports festival for Boo at the Zoo. Fans that stop b… https://t.co/qMPrh8kiZl
Posted on 21 Oct