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"There’s no thrill in football, like popping the ball to a receiver who has a step on his man in the open.”
(UCLA)...6'1'', 200...Robert Stanton Waterfield. . .Cleveland Rams' No. 5 future draft pick, 1944. . .NFL's Most Valuable Player as rookie, 1945 . . .Two TD passes keyed Rams' 1945 title win. . .All-NFL three years, NFL passing champ twice. . . Career marks include 11,849 yards, 97 TDs passing; 573 points on 13 TDs, 315 PATs, 60 FGs; 42.4-yard punting average. . .Also played defense first four years, intercepted 20 passes. . .Born July 26, 1920, in Elmira, New York. . .Died March 25, 1983 at age of 62.
RT @Broncos: In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, Gene Mingo, the @NFL's first black placekicker, reflected on the adversity he overcame in the…
Posted on 24 Feb
RT @thecheckdown: INSANE. When @NFL legends @DeionSanders and @BoJackson competed in 1990, they hit home runs past each other. 😱 (via @MLB)…