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  2. Jim Parker (American football) - Wikipedia

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    James Thomas Parker was an American football player who played at the offensive tackle and guard positions. Parker grew up in Macon, Georgia, and played college football for Woody Hayes at Ohio State University from 1954 to 1956. He helped Ohio State win a national championship in 1954. As a senior in 1956, he was a unanimous All-American and won the Outland Trophy. Parker played professional football in the National Football League for the Baltimore Colts from 1957 to 1967. He played on Baltimo

  3. Jim Parker | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site - pfhof

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    Full Name: James Thomas Parker. Birthdate: April 3, 1934. Birthplace: Macon, Georgia. Died: July 18, 2005. High School: Macon (GA), V.W. Scott (Toledo, OH) Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 13, 1973. Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: July 28, 1973. Other Members of Class of 1973: Raymond Berry, Joe Schmidt

  4. Jim Parker | American football player | Britannica

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    Jim Parker, in full James Thomas Parker, byname Jumbo Jim, (born April 3, 1934, Macon, Ga., U.S.—died July 18, 2005, Columbia, Md.), American professional gridiron football player who, during his 11-year career with the Baltimore Colts, established himself as one of the finest offensive linemen in National Football League (NFL) history. Parker played collegiate football at The Ohio State University under legendary head coach Woody Hayes.

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  6. Jim Parker Facts & Stats | Britannica

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    James Thomas Parker • Jumbo Jim: Born: April 3, 1934 • Macon • Georgia: Died: July 18, 2005 (aged 71) • Columbia • Maryland: Awards And Honors: Pro Football Hall of Fame (1973) • 2 NFL championships • 8 All-Pro selections • 8 Pro Bowl selections • Pro Football Hall of Fame (inducted 1973) Education: Ohio State University: Height/Weight

  7. Jim Parker - Pro-Football-Reference.com

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    Jim Parker. James Thomas Parker Position: T-G 6-3, 273lb (190cm, 123kg) Born: April 3, 1934 in Macon, GA. Died: July 18, 2005 in Columbia, MD. College: Ohio St. (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 77 (488th overall since 1960) High School: Ballard Hudson , Scott

  8. Jim Parker (American football) - Wikiwand

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    James Thomas Parker (April 3, 1934 – July 18, 2005) was an American football player who played at the offensive tackle and guard positions. Parker grew up in Macon, Georgia, and played college football for Woody Hayes at Ohio State University from 1954 to 1956. He helped Ohio State win a national championship in 1954.

  9. Jim Parker (1934-2005) - Find a Grave Memorial

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    Parker, the Colts' first pick in the 1957 draft, helped Baltimore win two NFL championships before retiring in 1967. He earned All-Pro honors in eight straight seasons, was named to the Pro Bowl eight times and in 1973 became the first full-time offensive lineman to be elected to the Hall of Fame.

  10. Parker, Jim | Encyclopedia.com

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    Born April 3, 1934, in Macon, Georgia, James Parker grew up on a farm, picking peaches and cotton. He took up football at age 13 but did not seem to be a promising candidate—he weighed only 105 pounds. "I got the living hell beat out of me the first day of practice," he was quoted as saying in the Baltimore Sun.

  11. Parker, James Thomas ("Jim") | Encyclopedia.com

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    PARKER, James Thomas ("Jim")(b. 3 April 1934 in Macon, Georgia), football player who was the prototype of the modern offensive lineman and who was All-Pro at both offensive tackle and offensive guard, becoming the first exclusively offensive lineman to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1973). Source for information on Parker, James Thomas ("Jim"): Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series: Sports Figures dictionary.