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Arnie Herber
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Football Player
    (April 2, 1910-October 14, 1969)
    Born in Green Bay, Wisconsin
    Attended Regis University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers (1930-40) and the New York Giants (1944-45)
    Four-time NFL champion (1930-31, 1936 and 1939)
    NFL All-Star (1939)
    Named into the NFL 1930s All-Decade Team
    Three-time NFL passing touchdowns leader (1932, 1934 and 1936)
    Three-time NFL passing yards leader (1932, 1934 and 1936)
    Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1966)
    He had failing grades at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
    He threw more interceptions than touchdowns.
    Despite throwing a touchdown pass to Carl Mulleneaux in the 1938 NFL Championship Game, the Packers lost to the Giants, 17-23.
    He had two forgettable seasons with the Giants after he came out of retirement.
    He played in his last NFL Championship game appearance in which the Giants lost to his former Packers team, 14-17 (1944).
    He used to watch the Packer games for free while selling game programs as a teenager.
    He recorded a touchdown reception at 83 yards in a game against the Chicago Bears (September 22, 1935).
    He was in Curly Lambeau's Notre Dame Box offense.
    His ball passing to Don Hutson was the NFL's first well-known passing combo.
    He played over a decade for his hometown Packers.
    He was among one of the NFL's greatest long passers with game-winning effectiveness.
    He once held a record of 81 career touchdown passes.

Credit: Neo NX2004

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