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(Arizona State)...6'3'', 210...Charles Robert Taylor. . .At retirement, all-time leading receiver with 649 catches for 9,110 yards, 79 TDs. . .Other career stats: 10,803 combined net yards, 90 TDs, 540 points. . .No. 1 draft pick, 1964. . . Rookie of Year running back, 1964. . . Shifted to split end, 1966. . . NFL receiving champion, 1966, 1967. . .Had 50 or more catches seven seasons. . .All NFL once, second-team All-NFL five times. . .Played in eight Pro Bowls. . .Born September 28, 1941, in Grand Prairie, Texas.
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Posted on 19 Apr
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