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  1. Louisville Cardinals Football Players: Johnny Unitas, Lawrence Wetherby, Chris Redman, Ted Washington, Kerry Rhodes, David Akers, Erik Watts
  2. The Johnny Unitas Story by Lee Greene, 1962
  3. Pro Football's Greatest Quarterbacks: Johnny Unitas Cover by Sporting News, 2005-09-01
  4. Sporting News Selects Pro Football's Greatest Quarterbacks: Johnny Unitas Cover --2005 publication. by Troy Aikman, 2005-01-01
  5. Playing pro football to win, by Johnny Unitas, 1968
  6. Petersen's Pro Football Annual (21th Year) 1981 NFL (Johnny Unitas O.J. Simpson Oakland Raiders Cover) by National Football League, Johnny Unitas, 1981
  7. Sports Illustrated September 23, 2002 Johnny Unitas, Notre Dame Football, Brian Urlacher/Chicago Bears vs Michael Vick/Atlanta Falcons
  8. Football Digest November 1977 Walter Payton/Chicago Bears on Cover, Fran Tarkenton/Minnesota Vikings, Johnny Unitas' Unbeatable Passing Record/Baltimore Colts
  9. Johnny Unitas: The Best There Ever Was by Roland Lazenby, 2003-03
  10. In the Pocket: Johnny Unitas and Me by Mike Leonetti, 2008-09-01
  11. Johnny Unitas: Mr. Quarterback (Great American Sports Legends) by Mike Towle, 2003-09
  12. Johnny Unitas: America's Quarterback by Lou Sahadi, 2004-09
  13. Johnny Unitas, (Superstars) by Charles Morse, 1974
  14. National Football League Players With Retired Numbers: Johnny Unitas, Warren Moon, Dan Marino, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, Walter Payton

1. Johnny Unitas Biography
Johnny Unitas biography and related resources. Johnny Unitas (May 7, 1933 September 11, 2002) was a professional American football player in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
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Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Johnny Unitas Biography Johnny Unitas (May 7, 1933 - September 11, 2002) was a professional American football player in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Unitas is considered by many to have been one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game. He was the National Football League's most valuable player in 1957, 1959 and 1964.
After his college career at the University of Louisville, Unitas was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL, but was released before the season began. In 1956 Unitas joined the Baltimore Colts NFL team. The Colts won the NFL championship under his leadership in 1958, by defeating the New York Giants in sudden death overtime. It was the first overtime game in NFL history, and is often referred to as the "greatest game ever played". The game has been credited for sparking the rise in popularity of football during the 1960s. Unitas then led the Colts to a repeat championship in 1959. Later in his career, although he was injured through most of the 1968 season, he came off the bench to play in the Super Bowl III, which the Colts lost. Unitas was also injured during the Super Bowl V, but he did throw a key touchdown pass in the game that helped lift the team to victory.
Johnny Unitas was traded to the San Diego Chargers in 1972, and retired from football in 1974. He was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1979.

2. Unitas, Johnny : Former NFL Players : History & Memorabilia - Mega Net
Read a profile of this football champion voted NFL most valuable player three times.
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Login Search Mega Net: Home Sports Football NFL ... Former NFL Players : Unitas, Johnny Unitas, Johnny - MSN Encarta Read a profile of this football champion voted NFL most valuable player three times. http://encarta.msn.com/find/Concise.asp?ti=04DA2000 Unitas, Johnny - Official Official dedication to the 1979 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee features a biography, career highlights and a photo gallery. http://www.cmgww.com/football/unitas/unitas.html
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3. ESPN Classic - Unitas Surprised Them All
Johnny Unitas, whose passing led the Baltimore Colts to victory in 'The Greatest Game Ever Played', will be profiled on Friday, Sept. 26, at 8 and 11 p.m. ET.
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ESPN's SportsCentury chronicles the professional career of Johnny Unitas. Standard Cable Modem Unitas Under Center Former Colts center Bill Curry honors the man who he was lucky enough to protect for six years in Baltimore. Standard Cable Modem Unitas Remembered Former Colts assistant coach Bill Arnsparger remembers the toughness of Johnny Unitas. Standard Cable Modem Johnny U Marty Schottenheimer remembers the competitiveness of Johnny Unitas. Standard Cable Modem Paving the Way Packers great Bart Starr learned the game by watching film of Johnny Unitas en route to a Hall of Fame career. Listen Consumate QB Hall of Fame linebacker Sam Huff remembers Johnny Unitas as the greates signal caller he's ever seen. Listen Field General Archie Manning remembers how he used to emulate Johnny Unitas.

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Awards best senior college quarterback in the country.
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5. Johnny Unitas - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
John Constantine Johnny Unitas (May 7, 1933 – September 11, 2002), nicknamed the Golden Arm and often called Johnny U , was a professional American football player in
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Unitas signing an autograph in 1964 Quarterback Personal information Date of birth : May 7, 1933 Place of birth Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Date of death Place of death Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland High School : St. Justin's High School Height: Weight: Career information College Louisville NFL Draft Round: 9 Pick: 102 Debuted in 1956 for the Baltimore Colts Last played in 1973 for the San Diego Chargers Career history
*Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards Career NFL statistics as of 1973 TD INT QB Rating Stats at NFL.com

6. Johnny Unitas — Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia Unitas, Johnny. Unitas, Johnny (y OO nīt' u s) , 1933–2002, American football player, widely regarded as the greatest professional quarterback of all time; b.
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7. National Obituary Archive(NOA) - Arrangeonline.com
The National Obituary Archive powered by Arrangeonline.com is the world's largest repository of obituaries and death notices. Add a Tribute, register for Obituary Alert, send
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8. Johnny Unitas - Johnny Unitas Profile And Career Highlights
A biography of the quarterback including his career highlights.
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    zSB(3,3) Johnny Unitas' football career began at St. Justin's, a small Catholic high school in Pittsburgh, where he played halfback and end until he replaced the injured starting quarterback early in his junior year. As a senior, he drew interest from some colleges, but was turned down by Notre Dame, the college he had hoped to play for. He eventually accepted a scholarship from Louisville, where as a freshman he took over the starting job and led the Cardinals to four wins. Unitas also played safety, but much of his college career was slowed by injury. Considered by many to be the greatest quarterback of all time, he was cut from his first pro team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, after the head coach proclaimed Unitas was not intelligent enough to be a quarterback. He played semi-pro ball until the Baltimore Colts offered him a $7,000 contract in 1956. When an injury to starter George Shaw gave him his first opportunity, Unitas responded by throwing an interception on his first pass and fumbling a handoff on his next play.

    9. Unitas, Johnny Definition Of Unitas, Johnny In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Unitas, Johnny (y nīt`əs), 1933–2002, American football player, widely regarded as the greatest professional quarterback of all time; b. Pittsburgh.
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    10. Baltimore Colts Mania.com Homepage...Johnny Unitas Mike Curtis 1958 NFL Champion
    Your 1st stop for everything about the Baltimore Colts, Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore, Mike Curtis, Art Donovan, Jim Parker, John Mackey, Raymond Berry, 1958 NFL Championship, video
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    Your 1st stop for everything about the Baltimore Colts, Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore, Mike Curtis, Art Donovan, Jim Parker, John Mackey, Raymond Berry, 1958 NFL Championship, video and audio files, and the Baltimore Colts Marching Band! This is the most popular and frequently updated Baltimore Colts site (since the summer of 1996) and will brainwash you about the greatness of the Baltimore Colts, just as my father so eloquently does to me. Now endorsed by Johnny U author Tom Callahan! contact (@) baltimorecoltsmania.com . I also welcome links to and from the site. For what it's worth...I have been contacted/this site has been visited by NFL Films, Time Inc., CBS, the New York Times, ESPN, the Washington Post, the Baltimore Sun , the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Ravens, and WBAL-TV This site is best viewed in Internet Explorer. Sign the Guestbook View Current Guestbook ~ ~ ~ Baltimore Colts Mania News ~ ~ ~ February 9, 2010 ...Updated Colts in the News articles and added proper credit to Unitas We Stand , written by Tony Sciuto and Tony Lombardi, and performed by Tony Sciuto. Please visit ColtsHeritage.com, owned by Tony Lombardi and D3 Corp.

    11. Unitas, Johnny - Cosmeo
    Full name SPAN CLASSscJohn Constantine UnitasSPAN American SPANpprofessional football player renowned for his exceptional play-calling ability and leadership skills.
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    12. Unitas, Johnny
    Johnny Unitas; Date of birth May 7, 1933 Place of birth Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Date of death September 11 2002 (aged 69) Place of death Baldwin, Maryland
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    Unitas, Johnny
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    Jump to: navigation search Previous (Johnny Cash) Next (Johnny Weissmuller) Johnny Unitas Date of birth May 7, 1933 Place of birth Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Date of death Place of death Baldwin, Maryland Position(s) Quarterback College Louisville NFL Draft 1955 / Round 9 / Pick 102 Career highlights Pro Bowls
    Awards 1959 UPI MVP
    1959 Bert Bell Award
    1959 Pro Bowl MVP
    1960 Pro Bowl MVP
    1963 Pro Bowl MVP
    1964 UPI MVP
    1964 Bert Bell Award
    1964 AP NFL MVP
    1967 AP NFL MVP
    1967 UPI MVP 1967 Bert Bell Award 1970 Walter Payton Award Honors NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team NFL 1960s All-Decade Team Retired #s Baltimore Colts #19 Louisville Cardinals #16 Records NFL Consecutive Games with a Touchdown Pass (47) Baltimore Colts Career Passing Yards (39,768), Baltimore Colts Career Passing TDs (287) Stats Statistics Team(s) Baltimore Colts San Diego Chargers Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1979 John Constantine "Johnny" Unitas (May 7, 1933 – September 11, 2002) was a professional American football player in the 1950s-70s, mostly with the Baltimore Colts. Widely regarded as the greatest professional quarterback of all time, he threw touchdown passes in 47 consecutive games, considered by many to be an "unbreakable" record.

    13. Johnny Unitas | Greeley, CO | Classmates.com
    Johnny Unitas 1999 graduate of University High School in Greeley, CO is on Classmates.com. See pictures, plan your class reunion and get caught up with Johnny and other high
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    14. Johnny Unitas - IMDb
    Johnny Unitas played his collegiate career at the University of Louisville (195154), passing for 3,007 yards and 27 touchdowns. Unitas, who were number 19 as a professional
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    15. Roadshow Archive | Johnny Unitas 1958 Championship Jacket
    GUEST This is John Unitas's jacket. APPRAISER The significance of that 1958 game, I think it's important. The first NFL game to go into sudden death overtime.
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    16. Johnny Unitas - Johnny Unitas Profile And Career Highlights
    This Johnny Unitas biography outlines his statistics and career highlights. Also included are the career statistics and many awards Johnny Unitas has received.
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    zSB(3,3) Johnny Unitas' football career began at St. Justin's, a small Catholic high school in Pittsburgh, where he played halfback and end until he replaced the injured starting quarterback early in his junior year. As a senior, he drew interest from some colleges, but was turned down by Notre Dame, the college he had hoped to play for. He eventually accepted a scholarship from Louisville, where as a freshman he took over the starting job and led the Cardinals to four wins. Unitas also played safety, but much of his college career was slowed by injury. Considered by many to be the greatest quarterback of all time, he was cut from his first pro team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, after the head coach proclaimed Unitas was not intelligent enough to be a quarterback. He played semi-pro ball until the Baltimore Colts offered him a $7,000 contract in 1956. When an injury to starter George Shaw gave him his first opportunity, Unitas responded by throwing an interception on his first pass and fumbling a handoff on his next play.

    17. Johnny Unitas
    Unitas, John Constantine (Johnny) Born May 7, 1933, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Died September 11, 2002, in Timonium, Maryland Vocations Sports Figure, Business Leader, Broadcaster
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    18. Author Hitlist
    Author Title Call Number Status Unitas, Johnny, 1933 Pro quarterback, my own story,. B Unitas IN United Artists Corporation. The long riders.
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    19. Unitas, Johnny - Definition From Longman English Dictionary Online
    Definition of Unitas, Johnny from the Longman Online Dictionary of Contemporary English. The Longman English Dictionary provides support and resources for those who want to
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    20. Unitas, Johnny Synonyms, Unitas, Johnny Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
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