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  2. Dick Butkus - Wikipedia

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    The Dick Butkus Center for Cardiovascular Wellness is a nonprofit organization in Orange County, California with a cardiac screening program that uses specialized testing to help identify those at risk of heart disease and sudden cardiac death. The I Play Clean Campaign addresses the issue of steroids among high school athletes. The campaign educates and encourages high school athletes to train and eat well, without resorting to illegal steroids and performance-enhancing products.

  3. Dick Butkus | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site - pfhof

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    He played as the Chicago Bears' middle linebacker for nine years with only one goal in mind – to be the best, and from the very start, he was just that. In his rookie season, Butkus, a first-round draft choice, had only one challenger for National Football League Rookie of the Year honors, teammate Gale Sayers.

  4. Dick Butkus | Biography, Stats, Award, & Facts | Britannica

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    Dick Butkus, byname of Richard Marvin Butkus, (born December 9, 1942, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.), American professional gridiron football player who, as middle linebacker for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL), was the dominant defensive player of his era. He was exceptionally large for a linebacker playing in the 1960s (6 feet 3 inches [1.9 metres] and 245 pounds [111 kg]) and had a reputation for relentless pursuit and ferocious tackling.

  5. This is the story of Dick Butkus. Early Life. Richard Marvin Butkus was born on December 9, 1942, in Chicago. Happy Birthday, Dick Butkus! #DaBears #DickButkus pic.twitter.com/kXJGAggFWG — Evan McClosky (@The_Ev_Mac) December 9, 2021. He was the youngest of nine children and Dick learned at an early age to go after what he wanted.

  6. Dick Butkus Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Draft, College | Pro...

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    Dick Butkus Richard Marvin Butkus (The Animal, The Enforcer, The Maestro of Mayhem or The Robot of Destruction) Position: LB 6-3 , 245lb (190cm, 111kg) Born: December 9 in Chicago, IL (Age: 80-051d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info Hall of Fame 8x Pro Bowl 5x All-Pro HOF All-1960s Team HOF All-1970s Team 51 SUMMARY Career G 119 AV 99 Int 22

  7. An eyewitness account of the only death to occur on an NFL...

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    Dick Butkus stood over him. Some thought Hughes was faking an injury, or that Chicago’s bestial middle linebacker had finally killed someone on the field. But Butkus immediately saw something was wrong and frantically signaled to the sidelines. Trainers and doctors raced out. A physician charged down from the stands.

  8. Dick Butkus - IMDb

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    Dick Butkus. Actor: Gremlins 2: The New Batch. Richard J. Butkus, "Dick", was born in Chicago, Illinois, December 9, 1942. He graduated from the University of Illinois where he was a two time All- American line backer. A first round draft pick of the Chicago Bears, Dick played for them from 1965-1973, and was named All-Pro linebacker seven times. Mr.

  9. Who is Dick Butkus? – Dick Butkus 51

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    Dick Butkus, as a rookie, made an entrance into the Chicago Bears organization that served as the catalyst for dramatically reversing their fortunes and improving their struggling defense. In his first year, Butkus was a top contender for NFL Rookie of the Year honors, but was edged out by his teammate and fellow first-round draft pick, the spectacular Gale Sayers, who was drafted by the Bears during the same year.

  10. Dick Butkus - Biography - IMDb

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    Richard J. Butkus, "Dick", was born in Chicago, Illinois, December 9, 1942. He graduated from the University of Illinois where he was a two time All- American line backer. A first round draft pick of the Chicago Bears, Dick played for them from 1965-1973, and was named All-Pro linebacker seven times.

  11. Ranking the 100 best Bears players ever: No. 2, Dick Butkus

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    Dick Butkus leads the Bears to 17-15 victory over the Steelers on Sept. 19, 1971. (Ray Gora / Chicago Tribune) Butkus’ tactics were not limited to Bears opponents. In John Mullin’s 2003 book,...