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George Blanda retired from Professional Football in the preseason of 1976. He was on the Raiders team through pre-season. The Raiders had drafter Fred Steinfort and everyone knew that he would be the kicker for the Raiders but the Raiders kept George on the team in case there were any problems.


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His 26-season career spanned an amazing 4 decades. George Blanda is a Hall of Fame-elected, retired quarterback/kicker.George Blanda played for the following teams:Chicago BearsBaltimore ColtsHouston OilersOakland Raiders


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The oldest pro quarterback that ever played professionally was George Blanda for the Raiders. He retired in 1976 when he was 48.


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George Blanda's birth name is George Frederick Blanda.


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George Blanda was born on September 17, 1927.


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