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Football Player
    (March 23, 1923-June 29, 2000)
    Born in Rhein, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Attended the University of Washington
    Defensive tackle for the New York Yankees (AAFC) (1948-1949) and the New York Giants (1950-1953)
    Six All-Pro selections (1948-1953)
    Four Pro Bowl selections (1950-1953)
    Player-coach for the British Columbia Lions (1955-1956)
    Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1984)
    He was the 166th overall pick of the 1945 NFL Draft.
    Although he was drafted by the Brooklyn Tigers, he did not play for the team.
    He entered the professional level just 3 years after he was drafted.
    He was considered one of the successful defensive tackles who never won an NFL championship.
    He served in World War II.
    He had a degree in economics.
    He had quickness ability.
    He got the fans' attention with his pass rushing.
    He was named the team co-captain during his last year with the Giants.
    He was the shortest Pro Football Hall of Famer.
    He was the first player from Saskatchewan to play in the NFL.

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