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Kellen Winslow, Sr.
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Football Player
    (November 5, 1957- )
    Born in St. Louis, Missouri
    Drafted 13th overall by the San Diego Chargers in the 1979 NFL Draft
    Tight end for the San Diego Chargers (1979-87)
    Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1995)
    College Football Hall of Fame inductee (2002)
    Father of former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow, Jr.
    He is a golf enthusiast.
    He didn't begin playing football until his senior year of high school.
    He spent his entire career playing on poor or mediocre Chargers teams.
    He named one of his sons after himself.
    He used his Football Hall of Fame induction speech to publicly blast the NFL on its lack of minority hirings (1995).
    He was considered one of the pioneers of the pass-catching tight end style that is currently employed by most teams.
    He set an NFL playoff record (since broken) for most yardage recorded by a tight end (1982).
    He set the record, despite the fact he played the game with a pinched nerve in his shoulder and was fighting through cramps and dehydration, as well as getting stitches in his lower lip.
    He was considered a clutch player in his prime years.
    He was inducted to both the Pro and College Football Hall of Fame, along with being named to the NFL's 75th Anniversary Team.

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