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September 25, 1967 | Edwin Shrake
Miami had settled its passing problems with unheralded John Stofa. But the season had barely begun when Stofa and a dream were gone
September 16, 1968 | Tex Maule
September 22, 1969 | Alex Kroll
As the gun ended the 1969 Super Bowl, Larry Grantham, the New York Jets' linebacker, went into a spasm. Or was it a free-form dance? He quivered and leaped, sprinted and stopped dead, pirouetted, shook himself,...
August 17, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Floyd Little, Denver Broncos bow-legged running back, after a visit to Wyoming: "I like the folks up there: they all walk just like I do."
September 21, 1970
This division is almost all chiefs but not all Chiefs. If you recall, Oakland actually won the West last year, and should San Diego get consistent passing, the Chargers could make a charge. The solitary Indian is Denver.