O.J. Simpson's Career Capsule

Full Name: Orenthal James Simpson

Birthdate: July 9, 1947

Birthplace: San Francisco, CA

High School: Galiileo (San Francisco, CA)

Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 19, 1985

Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 3, 1985

Presenter: Lou Saban, former head coach of the Buffalo Bills

Other Members of the Class of 1985: Frank Gatski, Joe Namath, Pete Rozelle, Roger Staubach

Pro Career: 11 Seasons, 135 Games

Drafted: 1st round (1st player overall) in 1969 by Buffalo Bills

Transactions: Mar. 24, 1978 – Simpson was traded from the Buffalo Bills to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for 2nd round draft pick in 1978 (DE Scott Hutchinson), 3rd round draft pick in 1978 (WR Danny Fulton), 1st round draft pick in 1979 (LB Tom Cousineau), 4th round draft pick in 1979 (DE Ken Johnson), and 2nd round draft pick in 1980 (RB Joe Cribbs).

Uniform Number: #32 (also wore 33, 36 briefly with Bills)



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