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Bill Hewitt
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Football Player
    (October 8, 1909-January 14, 1947)
    Born in Bay City, Michigan
    Attended the University of Michigan
    End for the Chicago Bears (1932-1936), Philadelphia Eagles (1937-1939) and the *Phil-Pitt Steagles (1943)
    *A team that merged the Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers together for the 1943 season
    Two-time NFL Champion (1932, 1933)
    Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1971)
    Inducted into the Eagles Honor Roll (1987)
    Died in a car accident at the age of 37
    His middle name is Ernest.
    He refused to wear a helmet during most of his NFL career.
    He left the Bears to spend his years on losing Eagles teams.
    He died too young.
    He led the NFL for the longest rushing attempt (29) in his rookie season.
    He also led the NFL for receiving touchdowns (5) in the 1934 season.
    He made a lot of trick plays against the opposition.
    He was known for having super-quick defensive charge.
    He was named to the NFL's 1930s All-Decade Team.
    He played a role in the jump pass and tossed the ball to Bill Karr to score the winning touchdown for the Bears in the 1933 NFL Championship Game.
    The Bears retired his #56.

Credit: Neo NX2004

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