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"Now’s the time to quit. I want them to remember me as a good end. I’ve heard those boos from the grandstand before, and believe me, it’s a lot more fun to quit with cheers instead ringing in your ears.”
(Michigan)...5'9'', 190...William Ernest Hewitt. . .First to be named All-NFL with two teams - 1933, 1934, 1936 Bears, 1937 Eagles. . .Famous for super-quick defensive charge. . .Fast, elusive, innovative on offense. . .Invented many trick plays to fool opposition. . . Middle man on forward-lateral that gave Bears 1933 NFL title. . .Played without helmet until rules change forced use . . .Born October 8, 1909, in Bay City, Michigan. . .Died January 14, 1947, at age of 37.
RT @RLiuNFL: There has been only one player in NFL history to have 20+ rushing TDs, 30+ receiving TDs, a PR-TD & a KR-TD:
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RT @NFL: Carson Palmer becomes the 13th QB in @NFLhistory to reach 45,000 career passing yards! #BeRedSeeRed https://t.co/s9oc5Cht9Y