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Jack Weiss, Wilmington, N.C.
All in the Name
Your list of best gridiron names (SCORECARD, Oct. 25) reminded me of the trade made by my Cleveland Browns in 1974: wide receiver Fair Hooker for Saints wideout Jubilee Dunbar.
Dan Bailey, East Aurora, N.Y.
SI omitted one of my favorite gridiron names of all time, Georgia Tech defensive back Randy Rhino. Not only was the name great, but so was the way commentator Keith Jackson said it: Rrrrrrandy Rrrrrrrrrhino! Priceless!
West Yarmouth, Mass.
As far as great football names go, what about wideout Jade Butcher from Indiana's 1967 Rose Bowl team?
John Pembroke, Park Ridge, Ill.
The toughest football name of all time? Dick Butkus. The sound of it just spits nails.