Quarterback Joe Namath became the first to pass for more than 4,000 yards in one season.
No ... Namath played in the SEC with the University of Alabama.
Joe Namath's birth name is Joseph William Namath.
Weeb Ewbank was the head coach for the New York Jets in the 1969 Super Bowl III.
Joe Namath goes by Broadway Joe, The Hungarian Howitzer, and Joe Willie.
In 1967, Mike Taliaferro was the backup for Joe Namath.
Joe Namath who was the quarterback for the New York Jets. Joe Namath
I hope this is a typo because Joe Namath was still at Alabama in 1964.
Joe Namath played for the NFL's New York Jets for most of his professional career but finished playing for the NFL's Los Angeles Rams before retirement. Namath was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1985.
Joe Namath is not gay. Did you see the Suzy Kolber fiasco ?
Joe Namath retired after the 1977 season at the age of 34 (born May 31, 1943).
Yes, Namath is still alive of May, 2009.