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Garney Henley
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Football Player
    (December 21, 1935- )
    Born in Hayti, South Dakota
    Drafted 173rd overall by the Green Bay Packers in the 1960 NFL Draft and as a secondary selection by the New York Titans in the 1960 AFL Draft
    Wide receiver and defensive back for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1960-75)
    CFL Most Outstanding Player (1972)
    Jeff Russel Memorial Trophy winner (1963, 1972)
    He has a bizarre first name.
    He was too scrawny to be a professional athlete.
    Due to his scrawny appearance, he was mistaken as the team's water boy at his first training camp.
    He had an unorthodox tackling stance, as he would tackle players by flinging his body at their shoe tips, rather then tackle by brute force.
    He never played football until he went to college.
    He excelled at playing on both sides of the football.
    He served in the United States Army, while playing for the Ti-Cats.
    He played in six Grey Cup games in a seven year span during the 1960's.
    He worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway in the years following his retirement from football.
    He is considered a sporting legend in the City of Hamilton.

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