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"When I was a kid, I dreamed about being a football player. And here I am, Jack Butler from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, going into the Hall of Fame. I can't believe it.”
(St. Bonaventure)...6'1'', 200...John Bradshaw Butler ... Free agent signee with Steelers, 1951 … Intercepted five passes as rookie … Record-tying four interceptions vs. Redskins, Dec. 13, 1953 … Set then record with two interception returns for TDs, 1954 … Retired as the game's second all-time leading interceptor … 52 career picks for 827 yards, 4 TDs … Named to four Pro Bowls … First-team All-NFL three straight seasons … Named to NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1950s … Born November 12, 1927 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ... Died May 11, 2013, at age of 85.
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Posted on 22 Mar
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