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  • Barry Sanders

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    Barry Sanders was one of the all time great NFL Running Backs. To the surprise of most, Sanders, without explanation, retired while seemingly still at the top of his game.

  • Chuck Bednarik

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    "Concrete Charlie" Chuck Bednarik was know for his bone crushing tackles like this one on Frank Gifford. He was also the last full time two way player in the NFL.

  • Dan Marino

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    Dan Marino took the NFL by storm in 1983. In 1984 Marino set 6 NFL records in one season. By the time he retired Marino held most of the NFL records for passing. Most have since been broken by different players in the pass happy NFL of today.

  • Dick Butkus

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    From 1965-73 Dick Butkus was the best Middle Linebacker in the NFL. Many consider him the best MLB to ever play the position. Butkus was one of the ferocious and devastating tacklers ever. He was "The Baddest Bear Of Them All"

  • Emmitt Smith

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    Emmitt Smith hold the NFL record for most career yards rushing with 18,355.

  • Football Legends Video Slideshow


    The Football Legends Video Slideshow DVD contains over 500 images of the Heroes and Legends of the NFL from the early stars like Jim Thorpe to the modern day stars. This DVD also includes at no extra charge the Super Bowl Programs Video Slideshow and the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Issues Video Slideshow. The total length of all of the Video Slideshows exceeds 35 minutes.

  • Gale Sayers

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    Gale Sayers, "The Kansas Comet," burst on the NFL scene in 1965 with a then NFL record 22 touchdowns, including a record tying 6 in one game. Sayers was a treat to score any time he touched the ball whether it be running, receiving or on a kick return. The knee injuries that shortened his NFL career (7 seasons) couldn't stop him from becoming a Hall of Famer.

  • Jim Thorpe

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    Jim Thorpe, "The World's Greatest Athlete," was the first star of Professional Football and the NFL.

  • Joe Montana

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    "Joe Cool" Joe Montana was the QB for four San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl winning teams in the 1980's. Montana was at his best in the clutch and is considered among the very best QB's ever.

  • Joe Namath

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    Joe Willie Namath, "Broadway Joe" was the leader of the 1968 New York Jets team, of the upstart AFL, that upset the heavily favored Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. This win legitimized the American Football League just before the full merger with the NFL. "Broadway Joe" was the first QB to pass for over 4000 yards in a season, and the only one to do it in a 14 game season.

  • Johnny Unitas

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    "Johnny U," Johnny Unitas. "the master of the 2 minute offense" is still considered one of the best, if not the best, QB's ever. He held virtually every passing record at the time of his retirement.

  • Josh Gordon

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    After being picked in the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft Josh Gordon made the 2014 Pro Bowl while breaking several NFL and Cleveland Browns records.

  • Super Bowl I Program Cover

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    In the first ever Championship Game between the NFL and the AFL, played on January 15, 1967 in Los Angeles , the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. The game was billed as The First AFL-NFL World Championship Game. It would become known as The Super Bowl a couple of years later. This is the Program Cover from what is now called Super Bowl I

  • Super Bowl XLIX Program Cover

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    In Super Bowl XLIX, played February 1, 2015 in Glendale Arizona, the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24. This was the forth Super Bowl win for the Patriots under Head Coach Bill Belichick.

  • Walter Payton

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    "Sweetness" Walter Payton held the NFL career yards rushing record at the time of his retirement. Pound for pound Payton was perhaps the toughest Running Back ever. "Sweetness" is considered, by most, to be behind only Jim Brown on the list of the greatest Running Backs to ever play the game.

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