JOE "MEAN JOE" GREENE - PICTURE POSTCARD TWICE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BILL "BULLETT BILL" DUDLEY - HFSID 175446
JOE GREENE and BILL DUDLEY Two Hall-of-Famers. Postcard Photograph signed (twice by each): "Joe Greene" and "Bill Dudley". Color, 4x6. Playing left tackle, "Mean" JOE GREENE was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1969 when he received the first of his 10 Pro Bowl invitations.
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JOE GREENE and BILL DUDLEY
Postcard Photograph signed (twice by each): "Joe Greene" and "Bill Dudley". Color, 4x6. Playing left tackle, "Mean" JOE GREENE was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1969 when he received the first of his 10 Pro Bowl invitations. He was named All-NFL five times, and earned all-conference recognition 11 straight years from 1969 to 1979. In both 1972 and 1974, when Greene was selected as the NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Joe played a major role in his team's success. He had career-high 11 sacks in 1972 when Pittsburgh reached the playoffs for the first time ever. Greene was armed with speed, quickness, strength and great determination and, at the peak of his career, could dominate a game almost single-handedly. A natural leader, he captained the Steelers' defensive unit beginning in 1977. Greene opened his career with a 91-game streak that was interrupted by injury in 1975. Durable, he played in 181 of a possible 190 regular-season games. During his career with the Steelers, the team produced four AFC titles and four Super Bowl victories. Greene was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987. BILL DUDLEY must have firmly believed that the ball belonged to him. He wanted it all the time. And it seemed there wasn't anything he couldn't do with it. Dudley, who was nicknamed "Bullet Bill," demonstrated from the start that his relatively small size and lack of blazing speed wasn't a detriment. Dudley's nine-year National Football League career was unique in that he played three seasons each with the Steelers (1942, 1945-1946), Detroit Lions (1947-1949), and Washington Redskins (1950-1951, 1953). In the first game of his pro career he ran for a 55-yard touchdown and in his second game scored on a kickoff return. He finished his rookie season as the league's leading rusher with 696 yards and earned all-league honors. Six times Dudley was named first- or second-team All-NFL and was also named to three Pro Bowls. Minor surface scratches not visible head on. Fine condition.
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