Fullback Robert Newhouse, who is best remembered for the touchdown pass he threw to Golden Richards in the Cowboys' 27-10 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII.
No. James Fowler is a con artist who claims to have played with the Broncos in the 1970s although no record of his playing exists. Click on the 'James Fowler' link on this page to read about him.
Bob Kurland, a player for Oklahoma A&M (now Oklahoma State) from 1942 through 46 is reported to be the first player to dunk in games. A Denver newspaper reported his first "duffer shot" in 1945. It was later banned, and then reinstated in the 1970s.
Impossible to say. Honourable mentions are: 1960s Packers, 1970s Steelers, 1980s 49'ers, 1990s Broncos, 2000s Patriots
Sears Roebuck used the Ted Williams trademark from the early 1950s until they stopped selling firearms and related items in the 1970s.
Johnny Bench, 1013
In the 1970s, when the New York Cosmos had a player name Pele
IT appears that players play nomination was JPR Williams of Wales and Bridgend in 1970s. Voted for by IRB registered national representatives.
Gloria Steinem This is for Odyssey Ware
No, dreamcatchers were not fads in the 1970s because they was used in the age of the Ancient Americas, not the 1970s.
what was life like in the 1970s.
I think this might be Glenn Hoddle.
1960s and 1970s, 1960s and 1970s,
The Quebec Nordiques were a hockey team in Quebec City in the 1970s. They moved to Denver and became the Colorado Avalanche. Quebec City's junior hockey team is the Quebec Remparts.
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name some singers from the 1970s
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Williams owned 12% of the team and was managing partner in the 1970s. He was instumental in bringing Coach Lombardi to the team. When Jack Kent Cooke moved back east after selling out his cable holdings he took over the running of the team. Williams by this time had purchased the Baltimore Oriels, he sold his interest in the Skins to Cooke.
If you're talking about Paul Williams from The Temptations, he died August 17th 1973. of a "supposedly" suicide, but evidence of the murder/suicide still has people wondering whether Mr. Williams actually killed himself or was it a homicide.