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Franco Harris

A fullback who made sports history as the player on the receiving end of the “immaculate reception,’’ and as a Pro Bowl member of four Super Bowl Champion Steelers teams. Franco Harris was born March 7, 1950, in Fort Dix, New Jersey and first won...

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Ted Hendricks

Considered the “prototype linebacker of the NFL,” the “Mad Stork” dazzled with strength and skill.  “Ted was a great natural athlete, an intense competitor. Once a game started, he went like gangbusters. Great players make great plays, and I...

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Pete Herman

Though he fought nearly 150 times, Pete Herman was knocked out just once, while fighting rounds that would stagger any boxer today.  “I can sincerely say that Herman beat me because he was the better boxer.” Jimmy Wilde One of the smoothest...

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Kelly Amonte Hiller

While still in school at Maryland, Kelly Amonte Hiller was already well known for her lacrosse skills, taking home the honor of 1995-1996 NCAA Division I Lacrosse Player of the Year. Her impressive career continued as she moved from player to...

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