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I’m plain and simple the safety man, the guy who has to stop the play when the others don’t, and that’s the way I like it.”
(Iowa)...6'3'', 200...Paul James Krause. . .Redskins’ No. 2 draft pick, 1964. . . Outstanding rookie year, led league with 12 interceptions, named All-Pro. . .Retired as history’s all-time interception leader with 81. . . Traded to Vikings for player and draft pick, 1968. . .Played in eight Pro Bowls. . .All-NFL four times. . .All-Eastern Conference 1964, 1965. . .All-NFC five times. . . Started at free safety in four Super Bowls, five NFL/NFC championship games. . .Born February 19, 1942, in Flint, Michigan.
RT @Chargers: Philip Rivers has passed Drew Bledsoe (44,611) for 12th most passing yards in NFL history🏈 https://t.co/OM7wTIoXkJ
Posted on 05 Dec
RT @CardsMarkD: With 135 yards in 1st half Carson Palmer passed HOFer Dan Fouts & now ranks 14th in NFL history in career passing yards #WA…