DAN DIERDORF - FOOTBALL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LEN DAWSON, SID GILLMAN, TOM FLORES, PAUL V. HORNUNG, FRED BILETNIKOFF, WILLIAM F. "WILLIE" BROWN, LARRY WILSON - HFSID 287152
PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMERS: DAN DIERDORF, LEN DAWSON, SID GILLMAN, TOM FLORES, PAUL V. HORNUNG, FRED BILETNIKOFF, WILLIAM F. "WILLIE" BROWN and LARRY WILSON Wilson NFL Official Tackified football signed by Hall
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PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMERS: DAN DIERDORF, LEN DAWSON, SID GILLMAN, TOM FLORES, PAUL V. HORNUNG, FRED BILETNIKOFF, WILLIAM F. "WILLIE" BROWN and LARRY WILSON
Wilson NFL Official Tackified football signed by Hall of Fame coaches and players
Football signed: "Fred Biletnikoff/Hof 88", "Len Dawson", "Willie Brown/84, "Tom Flores", "Larry Wilson", "Dan Dierdorf", "SID GILLMAN" and "Paul Hornung". All of the Hall of Famers signed in silver, signed on a Wilson NFL Official Tackified football. Tom Flores is the only signature on the ball yet to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. DAN DIERDORF played for the Cardinals from 1971 to 1983 and was selected for the Pro Bowl six times. After his career as a player he was very successful as an analyst and commentator working for ABC and later for CBS. In 1996 he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2008 he received the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award. LEN DAWSON entered the NFL in 1957, but is best remembered as the quarterback of the AFL/AFC Kansas City Chiefs (1963-1975). A 3-time AFL Champion, he was the MVP of the Chiefs' winning effort in Super Bowl IV. He entered the Hall of Fame in 1987. SID GILMAN (1911-2003) played football for Ohio State University (he was in the first College All-Star game in 1934) and for the Cleveland Rams before turning to coaching. After stints as head coach at Miami University and the University of Cincinnati, he returned to the NFL as the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams (1955-1959). Moving to the AFL in 1960, he coached the Los Angeles Chargers (1960) and the San Diego Chargers (1961-1971) before coaching the Houston Oilers for two seasons (1973-1974). Gillman, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1983, was responsible for a number of innovations, from crafting unique game plans to the idea of putting players' names on the back of their uniforms. TOM FLORES (born in 1937) was Head Coach of the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders from 1979-1987, winning two AFC Championships and two Super Bowls (1980 and 1983). The first minority coach to win a Super Bowl, Flores would go on to helm the Seattle Seahawks (1992-1994). The first Hispanic quarterback in pro football, Flores had previously played for the Oakland Raiders (1960-1966; All-Star 1966), the Buffalo Bills (1967-1969; Super Bowl win, 1969) and Kansas City Chiefs (1969). Flores, who was one of only 20 players to remain with the AFL over its ten-year existence. The 1956 Heisman Trophy winner, two-time MVP PAUL HORNUNG helped the Green Bay Packers win four NFL championships. He was a multi-talented clutch player, and was at his best inside the 20-yard line. Hornung was NFL Player of the Year (1960-1961) and led NFL scorers for three years with a record 176 points in 1960. His career stats include 3,711 yards rushing, 130 receptions and 760 points. Hornung tallied a record 19 points in the 1961 NFL title game. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986. . An All-American at Florida State, FRED BILETNIKOFF starred as a wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders for fourteen years (1965-1978) and later coached with the Raiders for another 18 seasons. Biletnikoff, enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame since 1988, had an uncanny ability to get open in clutch situations. He played in Super Bowl II, and was MVP of the Raider's victory over Minnesota in Super Bowl XI. WILLIE BROWN helped the Oakland Raiders in getting to three AFL and six AFC championship games, as well as playing in to two Super Bowls, II and XI. He had a career total 54 interceptions for 472 yards and two touchdowns. He was inducted into the Pro Football hall of Fame in 1984. A free safety from 1960-1972 for the St. Louis Cardinals LARRY WILSON had 52 career interceptions. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1978. Fine condition.
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