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Dick Butkus, Chicago Bears

Y.A. Title, Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, 1954

Walter Payton aka Sweetness my alltime favorite running back. More importantly, outside of football, he was a great man.

Bill Russell by Artist Stephen Holland

1969: Gale Sayers and Brian Piccolo

Babe Ruth, 1921 1921: 59 home runs; .378 batting average. #baseball #baberuth #vintage #history #film

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Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers Source: The A.G. Spalding Baseball Collection (more info) Repository: The New York Public Library. Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs. Subjects: McGuire, Deacon, 1863-1936; Philadelphia Quakers (Baseball team); Baseball

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Michael J. "King" Kelly

May 30, 1943 Gale Sayers, the youngest player ever to be elected to the Football Hall of Fame was born. A 1st Round Pick(Chicago Bears), Mr Sayers was a 4x Pro Bowler, 5x All Pro selection, 1965 NFL Rookie of the Year, 3× Pro Bowl MVP, 2× NFL Rushing champion, scored an NFL record 22 touchdowns (as a rookie) & tied a single game record for touchdowns (6). The Chicago Bears retired his number (40). Despite his brief career, he's ranked #22 on Sporting News's TOP 100 Greatest Football Playe...

Nathaniel "Jim" Brown ~ Cleveland Browns: (b Feb 17, 1936) American former professional football player & actor. Best known for exceptional record-setting nine-year career as Running Back for NFL Cleveland Browns 1957 to 1965. 2002, named by Sporting News as Greatest Professional Football Player Ever. Widely considered to be one of greatest professional athletes in U.S. history.

Dick Butkus, Chicago Bears

Walter Payton. Maybe the greatest. In my humblest opinion...he was the greatest!

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