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  2. George Blanda - Wikipedia

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    George Frederick Blanda (September 17, 1927 – September 27, 2010) was an American football placekicker and quarterback who played professionally in the American Football League (AFL) and National Football League (NFL). Blanda played 26 seasons of professional football, the most in the sport's history, and had scored more points than anyone in history at the time of his retirement.

  3. George Blanda | Biography, Stats, Hall of Fame, & Facts

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    George Blanda, in full George Frederick Blanda, (born September 17, 1927, Youngwood, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died September 27, 2010, Alameda, California), American professional gridiron football player who first as a quarterback and later as a kicker established records for most seasons played (26), most games played (340; broken in 2004), most points scored (2,002; broken in 2000), most points after touchdowns (943 of 959 attempted), and most field goals (335 of 638 attempted; broken in 1983).

  4. George Blanda Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Draft, College ...

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    George Blanda. George Frederick Blanda Position: QB Throws: Right 6-2, 215lb (188cm, 97kg) Born: September 17, 1927 in Youngwood, PA. Died: September 27, 2010 in Alameda, CA. College: Kentucky. Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 97 (172nd overall since 1960) High School: Youngwood

  5. George Blanda | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site - pfhof

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    Full Name: George Frederick Blanda. Birthdate: September 17, 1927. Birthplace: Youngwood, Pennsylvania. High School: Youngwood (PA) Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 24, 1981. Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 1, 1981. Presenter: Al Davis, Managing Partner, Oakland Raiders

  6. Remember When: QB George Blanda played until he was 48

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    Remember When: QB George Blanda played until he was 48 Thirty-eight years ago, George Blanda was making plans to retire form the NFL for good. He figured that, at age 48, he'd had enough.

  7. The Life And Career Of George Blanda (Complete Story)

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    George Frederick Blanda was born on September 17, 1927 in Youngwood, Pennsylvania. He was one of seven boys and his father was a coal miner. Blanda whiled away the days of his youth playing quarterback, kicker, and linebacker for Youngwood High School.

  8. George Blanda Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

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    George Blanda. (American Professional Football Player Who Played as a Quarterback and Kicker) The only player to have played 26 seasons of professional football in the history of American football, George Blanda was rightfully called ‘The Grand Old Man’. Professional football is no doubt one of the most competitive sports in America, and it takes a very special sportsman to continue playing even ten seasons, leave alone 26!

  9. Passing of a legend: Hall of Famer Blanda dies at 83 - NFL.com

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    ALAMEDA, Calif. -- George Blanda, the seemingly ageless Hall of Fame quarterback and kicker whose 26-year career was best remembered for a remarkable run of late-game theatrics with the Oakland ...

  10. George Blanda Career Stats | NFL.com

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    Career Stats for QB George Blanda The official source for NFL news, video highlights, fantasy football, game-day coverage, schedules, stats, scores and more. Skip to main content

  11. George Blanda Career Stats | StatMuse

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    September 17, 1927 in Youngwood, PA. Drafted: 1949 Rnd 12, Pick 119 by CHB. College: Kentucky. Career Stats Game Log Splits. Quarterback George Blanda played 26 seasons for 4 teams. He had 1,911 completions in 4,007 attempts for 26,920 yards and 236 touchdowns. Blanda won 1 MVP Award, was selected to play in 4 Pro Bowls, and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1981.