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July 24, 2000 | Paul Zimmerman
1. Lynn Swann (1974-82) his numbers aren't good enough is the argument. My pitch has been quality over quantity. He saved his best for when the stakes were highest.
January 08, 1973
Washington Redskin Quarterback Sonny Jurgensen is going back to school—a school for drinking drivers. That's the only penalty assigned to him after he was arrested on charges of intoxicated driving and jailed for...
November 15, 1971 | Robert H. Boyle
Otis Taylor of the Kansas City Chiefs (89) has no peer at receiving a football—left-handed, right-handed or with his hands behind his back
September 21, 1970 | Tex Maule
United at last through merger, realignment, and player-management peace, pro football shifts into the I and the '70s. Showing the way is Hank Stram, whom they called a nut, but who never lost faith in his seminal...
January 19, 1970 | Tex Maule
In the Super Bowl the ingenious boss of the Kansas City Chiefs aimed a devastating machine at Minnesota, and Engineer Len Dawson used it to outhit, outmaneuver and eventually destroy the Vikings