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  2. Johnny Robinson (safety) - Wikipedia

    Johnny Nolan Robinson (born September 9, 1938) is a former American football player. He was primarily a safety , but also played on offense as a halfback and flanker early in his career. He played college football at Louisiana State University (LSU) for the Tigers .

  3. The Life And Career Of Johnny Robinson (Complete Story)

    Johnny Robinson not only enjoyed a prolific twelve-year pro football career, but he also became one of the premier safeties of his era. Better yet, he helped the Texans win eleven of fourteen games in the 1962 AFL season. The Texans went on to beat their in-state rivals, the Houston Oilers, in the 1962 AFL Championship Game in double overtime ...

  4. Johnny Robinson | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site

    Robinson was the third-leading interceptor in AFL history with 43 picks and was named to the AFL’s All-Time Team. He was also recognized as a member of the All-Decade Team of the 1960s. By the time his career came to an end in 1971, his 57 career interceptions ranked first in team history.

  5. 1974 | Johnny Robinson | Safety - Kansas City Chiefs

    1974 | Johnny Robinson | Safety Robinson excelled as both a halfback ('60-61) and safety ('62-71) ... Named to the AFL's All-Time Team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a safety ... Was the third-leading inter-ceptor in AFL history with 43 ... His 57 career interceptions rank second in team history ...

  6. “Simply put, Johnny Robinson is one of the greatest safeties that I ever faced,” Alworth wrote. “In fact, I can’t think of any that I’ve seen in the 50 years since that have been better. When...