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Rod Woodson

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Rod Woodson was a three-time NFL MVP during his career as a defensive back. Get stats and bio information on Rod Woodson.

Bob Waterfield

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Bob Waterfield quarterbacked the Cleveland Rams to the NFL championship in 1945. Learn more about Bob Waterfield's successful pro football career.

Red Grange

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Red Grange was one of the superstar athletes who propelled football into mass-popularity. Read about his career during the Golden Age of Sports.

Bear Bryant

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Coach Bear Bryant was a record breaking college coach, who molded young players and led them to championships. Read about coach Paul Bear Bryant.

Len Ford

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Len Ford was one of the best defensive players in pro football history, playing in six championships with the Browns. Read about Len Ford's career.

Ernie Nevers

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Ernie Nevers was dubbed "the football player without a fault" by Stanford coach Pop Warner. Learn more about the 1920's football hero Ernie Nevers.

Chuck Bednarik

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Chuck Bednarik was a great football players who effortlessly switched between offensive center and linebacker. Read about Chuck Bednarik.

Joe Namath

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Joe Namath was the first player to pass for more than 4,000 yards in a season in 1967. Learn about the awesome accomplishments of Joe Namath.

Jim Thorpe

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Jim Thorpe, the first president of the NFL, is considered by some to be the greatest athlete of the 20th century. Learn more about Jim Thorpe.

Bobby Bell

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Bobby Bell was a great defensive player and was inaugurated into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1983. Learn about Bobby Bell's achievements.

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