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The Hottest College Football Players!

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Zombie Football Player Costume For Boys - Red, 10 - Chasing Fireflies

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The Football Experience, Genk 2007

Belgian football club KRC Genk’s stadium Cristal Arena hosts an exihibition about football including the interactive installation “The Football Experience” by ART+COM. A life-sized, heavily stylized figure of a football player is placed on a table surface. When visitors touch different parts of the body, detailed information in textual and graphic form pops up and they can learn what injuries football players suffer. Four positions around the figure independently allow accessing the…

Johnny Unitas Hall of Fame Professional Football Player. For 19 seasons (1955 to 1973) he played the quarterback position with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1955), the Baltimore Colts (1956 to 1972) and the San Diego Chargers (1973). One of the greatest football players of all time, 1933-2002

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The Fantasy Source Football crew counts down the top 25 players for 2013. For our full Top 200, position rankings, stat projections, printable Draft Kit and more, join Fantasy Source Football today. (AP Photos)

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Bob Pellegrini - Professional Football Player. A native of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, he played at the linebacker and guard positions for nine seasons (1956, 1958 to 1965) in the National Football League, with the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins. He was a member of the 1960 NFL Championship Eagles Team.

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Todd Jay Christensen - Professional Football Player. For ten seasons (1979 to 1988), he played at the tight end position in the National Football League with the New York Giants and Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders.

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Walter Payton (1954 - 1999) Hall of Fame Professional Football Player. For thirteen seasons (1975 to 1987), he played at the running back position in the National Football League with the Chicago Bears. Nicknamed "Sweetness", he was one of the greatest running backs in NFL history.

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