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76. Earl Morrall (Michigan State) Earl was drafted 2nd overall in 1956. He played for the San Francisco 49ers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions, New York Giants, Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins. He won Super Bowl V with the Colts, and he started 11 of 17 games for the perfect 1972 Dolphins. He was the NFL MVP in 1968, a two-time Pro Bowler in 1957 and 1968 for the Steelers and Colts. He was a two-time All-Pro for the Colts and Dolphins. He was an All-American in 1955.

Earl Edwin Morrall May 17 1934 April 25 2014 was an American football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League NFL for twentyone

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Los Angeles Rams roster for the 1986 NFL season. Los Angeles Rams players listed alphabetically or numerically.

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As a member of the Creative and Brand team at the I was tasked with creating the look and feel for social graphics regarding the 2016 draft class. These graphics held a number of uses including the draft pick announcement as well as generally…

Is Paxton Lynch Gay?   Is Paxton Lynch Gay?  After the Denver Broncos selected Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch the talented player was shown celebrating with his family. The image below shows Lynch crying with a male behind him consoling him.  Is Patrick Lynch Gay?  The clip led many NFL fans to question the quarterback's sexuality. The following image shows that some Denver Broncos' fans were concerned after seeing the man behind Lynch hug him in a romantic way. The Memphis quarterback is…

This article discusses the sexuality of Denver Broncos NFL draft pick Paxton Lynch.

98. Jeff Blake (East Carolina) Jeff Played for The Jets, Bengals, Saints, Ravens, Cardinals, Eagles and Bears. He was a Pro Bowler in 1995 with the Bengals.

Jeff Bertrand Coleman Blake born December 4 1970 is a retired American football quarterback who played in the National Football League Although he finishe

John Brodie

San Francisco quarterback John Brodie turns to hand off the ball in a loss to the Los Angeles Rams on November 1971 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.