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"You look back on your career and realize that you went through your life a lot quicker than a lot of people. You have a lot of failure and success in a matter of minutes on the football field.”
(Florida State)...6'1'', 190...Frederick S. Biletnikoff ... Florida State All-American ... No. 2 draft pick, 1965 ... Career record: 589 receptions, 8,974 yards, 76 TDs ... Had 40 or more catches 10 straight years ... Durable with fluid moves, deceptive speed, great hands ... All-AFL/AFC four times ... 1971 NFL receiving champion ... Played in two AFL All-Star games, four AFC-NFC Pro Bowls, eight AFL/AFC title games, two Super Bowls ... MVP in Super Bowl XI ... Born February 23, 1943, in Erie, Pennsylvania.
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)…