What is YA Tittle real name?

Yelberton Abraham Tittle Jr.Yelberton Abraham Tittle Jr. (October 24, 1926 – October 8, 2017) was a professional American football quarterback. He played in the National Football League (NFL) for the San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, and Baltimore Colts, after spending two seasons with the Colts in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC).

WHO DID YA Tittle play for?

Tittle played 17 seasons of pro football. He played three seasons with the Baltimore Colts of the All-America Football Conference (1947-1949) and one with the Colts in the National Football League (1950). He played 10 seasons with the San Francisco 49ers and a final four seasons with the New York Giants.

Is John Brodie in the Hall of Fame?

He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1986. In 2010, Brodie was inducted into the African-American Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame, becoming the first European-American so honored.

What age did ya Tittle retire?

Y. A. Tittle retired after 17 years in football at age 39. San Francisco traded him to the N.Y. Giants in 1961, because they considered him washed up at 34.

Who was the oldest NFL player black?

Bobby Marshall (March 12, 1880 – August 27, 1958)

He played the position of end for the University of Minnesota from 1904 – 1906 and was the first African America to play in the Big Nine (which later became the Big Ten Conference) and was also the first African American, along with Fritz Pollard, to play in the NFL.

Who is the oldest man to play in the NFL?

George Blanda

Who is the oldest NFL player ever? George Blanda holds the record as the oldest man to ever play in the NFL, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Blanda was a quarterback and placekicker who retired in 1976 at the age of 48, after having played 26 seasons in the league.

Who is the best USC quarterback of all time?

USC Football: Top 10 Trojan Quarterbacks in School History

  • Pete Beathard (1962-63) 2 of 11.
  • Rob Johnson (1992-94) 3 of 11.
  • Mike Rae (1972) 4 of 11.
  • Mark Sanchez (2008) 5 of 11.
  • John David Booty (2006-07) 6 of 11.
  • Rodney Peete (1985-88) 7 of 11.
  • Paul McDonald (1978-79) 8 of 11.
  • Pat Haden (1973-74) 9 of 11.

Who did Boomer used to play with?

Boomer Esiason

Personal Information
Cincinnati Bengals (1984–1992) New York Jets (1993–1995) Arizona Cardinals (1996) Cincinnati Bengals (1997)
Career stats
Pass attempts/completions 5,205 att/2,969 comp
Passing yards/Completion Pct (%) 37,920 yards/57.0 %