Al Atkinson
American football player
Al Atkinson
Allen Edward Atkinson is a former American football linebacker who played in the American Football League and the National Football League (NFL). He played high school ball at Monsignor Bonner High School. He played college football at Villanova University, where he was a linebacker. He played professionally in the AFL for the New York Jets from 1965 through 1969; then for the NFL Jets through 1974.
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MILITARY Salisbury native retires after 24 years of service in the Navy - Delmarva Now
Google News - over 5 years
"Big Al" Atkinson, Master Chief Kerri Meng and Powell's brother-in-law all shared some of their times with him. Each story not only garnered laughs from the crowd, but showed how his friends and shipmates respected him. After receiving his end-of-tour
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Millvale seeks block grants for improvements - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Council member Al Atkinson said he hoped that the project, if it occurs, will help to relieve a serious lack of parking in Millvale. The railroad line, little used if at all, Ms. Pucci said, runs from the area behind Mr. Smalls Skatepark on the
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Board of Education Approves Flat Funded Budget - Patch.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Al Atkinson, president of the board and chairman of the committee, said earlier in the meeting that he wanted the custodial services to keep pace with the construction of new school facilities, but that he considered the human resources position “vital
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Fascinating facts from Saturday's games - MLB.com
Google News - almost 6 years
The others: Al Atkinson (2), Ted Breitenstein (2), Mark Buehrle (2), Jim Bunning (2), Steve Busby (2), Larry Corcoran (3), Carl Erskine (2), Bob Feller (3), Bob Forsch (2), Pud Galvin (2), Roy Halladay (2), Ken Holtzman (2), Randy Johnson (2),
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Sports of The Times; Today's Jets Need a Link to the Jets Who Made It All the Way
NYTimes - over 10 years
FOR nearly four decades, the Super Bowl III Jets have represented the only glorious moment of a pro football franchise mostly muddied in frustration, if not despair. Since that 1968 team justified the American Football League's existence with a 16-7 upset of the Baltimore Colts and altered the history of the National Football League, the Jets have
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FOOTBALL; One Night in 1970, the Revolution Was Televised
NYTimes - over 11 years
There was a time before ''Monday Night Football,'' but that was an eon ago, when prime-time sports were rare and CBS and NBC carried the only professional football they believed they ever needed, on Sunday afternoons. But on a sultry Monday evening in Cleveland, Sept. 21, 1970, when the Browns played the Jets, that television equation was rewritten
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Charges Detailed in Case of Mexican Peddlers
NYTimes - over 19 years
Law enforcement officials in Mexico City and Washington yesterday began preparing criminal charges against two men arrested on Thursday and accused of smuggling dozens of deaf Mexican immigrants into the United States and forcing them to sell trinkets in New York and other cities. After an 18-day manhunt, Renato Paoletti Lemus, known as the Boss in
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DAVE ANDERSONSports of The Times ; BUBBA'S DUD
NYTimes - over 33 years
NEARLY 15 years after the fact, Bubba Smith has created fiction. To anyone who will publish or listen to his irresponsible and undocumented theory, Bubba Smith suggests that the New York Jets' 16-7 victory in Super Bowl III was fixed. But he has yet to name anyone involved, except for a vague reference to the late Carroll Rosenbloom, then the
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