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1972 NFL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR NOMINEES - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ED MARINARO, FRANCO HARRIS, TOMMY CASANOVA, JEFF KINNEY, WALT PATULSKI, MIKE SIANI, JIM BERTELSEN, WILLIE BUCHANON, CHESTER MARCOL, JOHN REAVES - DOCUMENT 310987

 
NFL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR NOMINEES (1972)
All 10 rookie standouts have signed next to their photo images on one captioned sheet.
Photograph signed: "Tom Casanova", "Franco/Harris", "Jeff Kinney", "Walt Patulksi", "Mike/Siani", "Jim Bertelsen", "Willie Buchanon", "Chester Marcol", "Ed Marinaro", "John Reaves". B/w, 10 images on one 10x8 sheet titled: "Wheaties Sports Federation NFL Rookies of the Year Nominees". FRANCO HARRIS (b. 1950), the 1972 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, was a Hall of Fame running back who ran for over 1,000 yards in a season eight times and rushed for 12,120 yards in 13 years. He led the Pittsburgh Steelers to four Super Bowl titles. He also caught and carried the "Immaculate Reception" pass during the 1972 playoff against the Oakland Raiders. He appeared in 8 Pro Bowls and was MVP of Super Bowl IX. WILLIE BUCHANON (b. 1950), NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, played 10 NFL seasons as a cornerback for the Green Bay Packers and San Diego Chargers, intercepting 28 passes and recovering 15 fumbles. He is enshrined in the Packers Hall of Fame and was named to the Charger's 50th anniversary team. CHESTER MARCOL, born in Poland in 1949, used his soccer kicking skills to become an NFL All-Pro placekicker with the Green Bay Packers (1972-1980). He was the NFC (Conference) Rookie of the Year in 1972. Marcol's career was cut short by substance abuse, a topic he addressed in his book Alive and Kicking. TOM CASANOVA (b. 1950) was a strong safety for the Cincinnati Bengals (1972-1977), and a 4-time Pro Bowl selection. He returned to Louisiana, where he had starred for LSU, became an ophthalmologist, and served in the State Senate. JEFF KINNEY (b. 1949) was an NFL running back, mostly with the Kansas City Chiefs, from 1972 through 1976, but his greatest football achievements came as tailback for the national championship Nebraska Cornhuskers of 1971 and 1972, scoring four touchdowns in the "Game of the Century" against the Oklahoma Sooners. WALT PATULSKI (b. 1950) was an NFL defensive end from 1972 through 1977, playing all but his final season with the Buffalo Bills. His alma mater, Notre Dame, named him to its All-Century team. MIKE SIANI (b. 1950), who went directly from high school to the NFL, played 9 seasons as a wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders and Baltimore Colts. He is now head coach of the Richmond Raiders of the American Indoor Football League. JIM BERTELSEN (b. 1950) was a running back for the Los Angeles Rams (1972-1976), once a Pro Bowl selection. In college, he starred for the national championship Texas Longhorns of 1969. ED MARINARO (b. 1950) was an NFL running back for the Vikings, Jets and Seahawks from 1972 to 1977, and then turned his talents to acting. He may be best remembered as Officer Joe Coffey on TV's Hill Street Blues (1981-1986), and has guest starred on several series. JOHN REAVES (b. 1950) was a quarterback in the NFL for 11 seasons, and in the United States Football League for 3. Mainly a backup for 5 NFL teams, he compiled over 10,000 yards as a USFL starter. He has since been assistant coach for the Florida Gators (his alma mater) and South Carolina Gamecocks. Fine condition.


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1972 NFL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR NOMINEES   TOMMY CASANOVA   JEFF KINNEY   WALT PATULSKI   MIKE SIANI   JIM BERTELSEN   WILLIE BUCHANON   CHESTER MARCOL   JOHN REAVES   ED MARINARO   FRANCO HARRIS  


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TOMMY CASANOVA
Born: July 29, 1950 in New Orleans, Louisiana



Film Credits
1976 The NFL on NBC (in person), 1974-1976 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


JEFF KINNEY
Born: November 1, 1949 in Oxford, Nebraska



Film Credits
1972-1976 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


WALT PATULSKI
Born: February 3, 1950 in Fulton, New York



Film Credits
1974 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


MIKE SIANI
Born: May 27, 1950 in New York City, New York



Film Credits
1978 1977 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1977 Super Bowl XI (in person), 1976 1975 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1973-1976 The NFL on NBC (in person), 1973 1973 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1972-1977 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


JIM BERTELSEN
Born: February 26, 1950 in Hudson, Wisconsin



Film Credits
1976 1976 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1972-1976 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


WILLIE BUCHANON
Born: November 4, 1950 in Oceanside, California



Film Credits
1982 1981 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1981 1980 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1972-1981 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1972 The NFL on CBS (in person)


CHESTER MARCOL
Born: October 24, 1949 in Opole, Poland



Film Credits
1972-1979 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1972-1976 The NFL on CBS (in person)


JOHN REAVES
Born: March 2, 1950 in Anniston, Alabama



Film Credits
1972-1977 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


ED MARINARO
Born: March 31, 1950 in New York City, New York



Film Credits
2015 The League (in person), 2013 d_rop Dead Diva (Performer), 2013 Blue Mountain State: Behind the Scenes Documentary (in person), 2011 Vic (Performer), 2011 Days of Our Lives (Performer), 2010-2011 Blue Mountain State (Performer), 2009 Imps* (Other), 2008 Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon (Performer), 2008 The O'Reilly Factor (in person), 2008 8:Ivy League Football and America (in person), 2007 Fist of the Warrior (Performer), 2006 The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (in person), 2006 Circus Camp (Performer), 2005 Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (Performer), 2005 Jane Doe: Til Death Do Us Part (Performer), 2003 Monk (Performer), 2003 8 Simple Rules (Performer), 2002 Third Watch (Performer), 2002 NBC 75th Anniversary Special (in person), 2001 Avalanche Alley (Performer), 2000 Twice in a Lifetime (Performer), 1999 The Story of Darrell Royal (in person), 1999 The Protector (Performer), 1999 Odd Man Out (Performer), 1999 A Gift of Love: The Daniel Huffman Story (Performer), 1998 Grace Under Fire (Performer), 1998 Catch Me If You Can (Performer), 1997 Doomsday Rock (Performer), 1996 Panic in the Skies! (Performer), 1996 ESPY Awards (in person), 1996 Deadly Web (Performer), 1996 Champs (Performer), 1995 Favorite Deadly Sins (Performer), 1994 Touched by an Angel (Performer), 1994 Dream On (Performer), 1994 Dancing with Danger (Performer), 1993 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1993 Passport to Murder (Performer), 1993 Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories (in person), 1992 Amy Fisher: My Story (Performer), 1991-1994 Sisters (Performer), 1991 The Chuck Woolery Show (in person), 1991 Queens Logic (Performer), 1991 One on One with John Tesh (in person), 1991 Monsters (Performer), 1991 Midnight Caller (Performer), 1990 Menu for Murder (Performer), 1990 Grand (Performer), 1989 The Twilight Zone (Performer), 1989 Dynasty (Performer), 1989 Baby Boom (Performer), 1988 The Diamond Trap (Performer), 1988 Sharing Richard (Performer), 1988 Shades of Love: The Emerald Tear (Performer), 1988 My Sister Sam (Performer), 1988 Falcon Crest (Other), 1987-1988 Falcon Crest (Performer), 1987 Tonight's the Night (Performer), 1987 Private Eye (Performer), 1987 Dead Aim (Performer), 1987 CBS Schoolbreak Special (Performer), 1985 The NBC All Star Hour (in person), 1984 The 10th Annual People's Choice Awards (in person), 1983 The 9th Annual People's Choice Awards (in person), 1983 Policewoman Centerfold (Performer), 1982 The 8th Annual People's Choice Awards (in person), 1982 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (in person), 1982 Born Beautiful (Performer), 1981-1986 Hill Street Blues (Performer), 1981 Good Morning America (in person), 1980-1981 Laverne & Shirley (Performer), 1980 The Gong Show Movie (Performer), 1980 Eischied (Performer), 1978 Flying High (Performer), 1978 Fingers (Performer), 1974 Super Bowl VIII (in person), 1973 The NFL on NBC (in person), 1972-1976 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


FRANCO HARRIS
Born: March 7, 1950 in Fort Dix, New Jersey

Full Name: Franco Harris

High School: Rancocas Valley Regional (Mount Holly, N.J.)
Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 27, 1990
Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 4, 1990
Pro Career: 13 seasons, 173 games
Drafted: 1st round (13th player overall) in 1972 by Pittsburgh Steelers
Uniform Number: 32, (34)

Class of 1990
Running Back 6-2, 230
(Penn State)
1972-1983 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1984 Seattle Seahawks

No. 1 draft pick, 1972 
Provided big-back power to Steelers offense 
All-Pro, 1977, All-AFC four times 
In nine Pro Bowls 
158 yards rushing, MVP in Super Bowl IX 
Rushed 1,000 yards eight seasons, 100 yards, 47 games 
Career record: 12,120 yards, 91 TDs rushing; 2,287 yards, 9 TDs receiving; 14,622 combined net yards 
1,556 yards rushing in 19 post-season games



Film Credits
2011 NHL on NBC (in person), 2010-2011 Mike & Mike (in person), 2009 Help Me, Help You (in person), 2008 My Tale of Two Cities (in person), 2007 America's Game: The Superbowl Champions (in person), 2006 Super Bowl XL Pre-Game Show (in person), 2006 Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith (in person), 2006 NBC Sunday Night Football (in person), 2001 2 Minute Drill (in person), 2000-2003 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1996 Charlie Grace (in person), 1988 Monsters (Performer), 1985 I Challenge You (in person), 1981 The Steeler and the Pittsburgh Kid (in person), 1981 Games People Play (in person), 1980 Super Bowl XIV (in person), 1980 1979 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1979 Super Bowl XIII (in person), 1979 1978 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1976 Super Bowl X (in person), 1976 Super Bowl (in person), 1976 1975 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1975-1982 The NFL on NBC (in person), 1975 Super Bowl IX (in person), 1974 1974 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1973-1984 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1973 Cavalcade of Champions (in person), 1972 1972 AFC Championship Game (in person)


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