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NFL 1960s Trivia Facts

NFL 1960s trivia facts

Perry, a running back with the 49ers and Colts, Nomellini, a defensive tackle with the 49ers, and Stautner, a defensive tackle with the Steelers, all retired after the 1963 season and were inducted in their first year of eligibility. This was a signficant accomplishment, because at the time, the Hall still had a large group of worthy players from the 1950s and before who had not yet been selected.

NFL 1960s trivia facts

Running bac Jim Brown led the NFL in rushing more times than any other running back. He led the league in rushing eight times from 1957 to 1965 in his amazing career.

NFL 1960s trivia facts

CBS paid $4.65 million in 1962 for the first exclusive rights to broadcast NFL games.

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