|Birth Day||March 1, 1939|
|Age||81 YEARS OLD|
Former New York Jets defensive back who was instrumental in bringing down the mighty Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.
He played for San Francisco State University as a defensive back, halfback, and kick returner.
He played a total of 98 games over the course of his career, recording 34 interceptions and scoring three touchdowns.
His wife and in-laws were both Mormons, leading him to convert to the faith, where he served as a bishop, a missionary, a temple worker, and a high priest group leader.
He played alongside quarterback Joe Namath in Super Bowl III; Namath was MVP of the game.