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"I love the game. That’s why I play it. I might make more money in some other line of endeavor so it is not the 'sugar’ that keeps me at it.”
(Nebraska)...0'0'', ...Berlin Guy Chamberlin. . .Legendary grid hero at Nebraska. . .Became premier end of the NFL in the 1920s. . . Extremely-durable two-way performer. . .Player-coach of four NFL championship teams: 1922-1923 Canton Bulldogs, 1924 Cleveland Bulldogs, 1926 Frankford Yellow Jackets. . . Six-year coaching record 58-16-7 for a remarkable .759 percentage. . .Born January 16, 1894, at Blue Springs, Nebraska. . .Died April 4, 1967, at age of 73.
RT @ESPNStatsInfo: Both Rams & Chargers recorded shutouts Sunday. It’s 1st time in Super Bowl era 2 teams from the same city recorded shuto…
Posted on 23 Oct
HOFer @MikeHaynesNFL presents his wife Gigi with her @KayJewelers HOF pendant https://t.co/gRZUPdK6vR