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  2. Mel Blount - Wikipedia

    He founded the Mel Blount Youth Home, a shelter and Christian mission for victims of child abuse and neglect in Toombs County, Georgia in 1983. In 1989, he opened a second youth home in Claysville, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. The Mel Blount Youth Home was investigated for the use of corporal punishment in the 1990s. Legacy

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  4. Billy "White Shoes" Johnson - Wikipedia"White_Shoes"_Johnson

    William Arthur Johnson (born January 27, 1952), better known as Billy "White Shoes" Johnson, is an American former professional football player who was a wide receiver and return specialist in the National Football League (NFL) from 1974 through 1988.

  5. 1978 NFL season - Wikipedia

    The 1978 NFL season was the 59th regular season of the National Football League.The league expanded the regular season from a 14-game schedule to 16 games, which it remained in place until 2021 when it was increased to 17 games.

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  8. 25 Greatest Defensive Backs in NFL History -

    Mel Renfro, Cornerback. Dallas 1964-77. 5-time All-Pro, 10-time Pro Bowler. Super Bowl VI, XII champion. Key stat: 52 INTs. Pro Football Hall of Fame, Class of 1996.

  9. The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players - Wikipedia's_Greatest...

    The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players was a ten-part television series that set out to determine the top 100 greatest NFL players of all time. It was presented by the NFL Network in 2010.

  10. List of NFL nicknames - Wikipedia

    Mel Blount rule: Officially known as illegal contact downfield, defensive backs can only make contact with receivers within five yards of the line of scrimmage. Enacted in its current form in 1978 . While playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers , defensive back Blount frequently used physical play against receivers he was covering.

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