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Tim Rossovich (Football Press card) 1971 Topps - [Base] #116
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1971 Topps - [Base] #116 - Tim Rossovich
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Highlighted Year: Bill Bradley, 1971

“Super Bill” played quarterback, wide receiver, and safety in college, once intercepting four passes in a game against Texas A & M. He was chosen by the Eagles in the third round of the 1969 NFL draft and backed up at free safety, returning an... Bradley held out along with LB Tim Rossovich during the 1972 preseason but went on to intercept 9 passes and become the first player to lead the NFL in interceptions in consecutive seasons. A ball hawk with great instincts and an aggressive defender, “Super Bill” had one more Pro Bowl year in ’73 when he added another four interceptions and was a second-team All-NFC selection by UPI in 1974. Injuries became a factor in ’75 and... After one more year with the Eagles, he was traded to Minnesota in 1976, failed to make it to the regular season, and finished up with the St. Louis Cardinals in ’77. Overall, Bradley intercepted 34 passes, all with the Eagles, making him the... He also punted 213 times for a 39. 0 average, returned 122 punts for a 7. 8-yard average and 27 kickoffs for a 20. 9 average. Bradley was twice a consensus first-team All-NFL selection and was chosen to three Pro Bowls. Source: Today in Pro Football History

Latest News

  • Trojans have legacy behind current uniform numbers

    07/16/15 ,via ESPN (blog)

    88: 1967 All-American defensive end Tim Rossovich (1965-67). Rossovich was one of the meanest, toughest, and most intimidating players in USC annals. Right tackle. No. 73: Zack Banner. Legacy No. 73: How about two All-America offensive linemen from 

  • Pete Carroll inducted into USC Athletic Hall of Fame

    05/18/15 ,via USC News

    The Class of 2015 included Byron Black, Pete Carroll, Jack Del Rio, John Hamilton, Isabelle Harvey, Joe Jares, Jimmy Jones, Dave Levy, Harold Miner, Aniko Pelle, Mark Prior, Kristine Quance-Julian, Don Quarrie, Jennifer Rosales, Tim Rossovich and Bob 

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Recipes

  • Tim Mcgraw's Chicken and Dumplings!

    bay leaf, black pepper, butter, carrot, celery, celery, cube chicken bouillon, cloves, water, cornstarch, sage, thyme, flour, parsley, sweet peas, garlic, onions, chicken, salt, water, yellow onions

Books

  • Eagles

    Sports Publishing LLC. 2004. ISBN: 9781582618128,1582618127. 180 pages.

    Next to family and country, there is little else more important to the typical resident of the Delaware Valley than their Philadelphia Eagles. These rabid fans will brave an Arctic freeze, a tumultuous downpour, or a sweltering August night to watch their Eagles fly. The players have never been mere numbers to the faithful, but more like members of their extended families. Eagles: Where Have You Gone? takes an informative stroll down memory lane and includes many of the players who have made being an Eagles fan so much fun in Philadelphia. From Norm Van Brocklin to Jeff Kemp, Wilbert Montgomery to Cyril Pinder, Jim Skaggs to Guy Morris, Don Hultz to Tim Rossovich, the book looks not only at the playing careers of many former Birds, but also their lives after their playing days ended. Many former players have stayed in the game at some level and enjoyed coaching. Many fans, however, do not know which former Eagles player later became an NFL official, which former defensive standout became a salmon fisherman, which wide receiver became a respected judge, or which player now operates hospital-based centers treating sleep apnea. Trivia buffs will also be challenged to name the former Eagle who owns the NFL record for opponents' fumble recoveries in one season with nine. Local icons such as Chuck Bednarik, Tom Brookshier, and Ron Jaworski have remained in the spotlight years after their playing days ended. But Eagles: Where Have You Gone? Tells fans about what happened to players like Pete Liske, Leroy Keyes, and Super Bill Bradley, all Philly favorites. It also answers questions about whether or not Tony Franklin found his other shoe or if Happy Feller is a happy fellow these days. The bookgoes beyond the helmet and shoulder pads and takes a look at the human side of these former guardians of the gridiron. While the litany of Philadelphia Eagles teams may not have been as successful as some would have liked over the years, many of the players have earned Medals of Honor in the hearts of their fans. Eagles, Where Have You Gone? takes a present-day look at these Philadelphia Eagles of yesteryear, helping fans who are wondering where the time has gone.

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  • Trojans have legacy behind current uniform numbers

    07/16/15 ,via ESPN

    Now this No. 7 matchup would have been a classic confrontation in practice. Legacy No. 88: 1967 All-American defensive end Tim Rossovich (1965-67). Rossovich was one of the meanest, toughest, and most intimidating players in USC annals. Legacy No. 73 ...

  • Pete Carroll reflects on success before USC Hall of Fame induction

    05/17/15 ,via Los Angeles Times

    Pete Carroll stood at the podium in the McKay Center team room ... Carroll is part of a 16-member class that includes former football players Jimmy Jones, Jack Del Rio, Tim Rossovich and coach Dave Levy. “He did a great job of reigniting the passion ...

  • Pete Carroll inducted into USC Athletic Hall of Fame

    05/19/15 ,via USC-News

    A “who’s who” of the Trojan Family gathered together May 16 to induct 16 new members into the USC Athletic Hall of Fame. The Class of 2015 included ... Jennifer Rosales, Tim Rossovich and Bob Yoder. Emceed by Lindsay Rhodes of the NFL Network ...

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Tim Rossovich - IMDb

Tim Rossovich, Actor: Night Shift. Tom Selleck was his college roommate at the University of Southern Califonia. Also played professional football for the ...

Tim Rossovich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Timothy John "Tim" Rossovich (born March 14, 1946) is a retired American football linebacker and a television and movie actor, active from 1977 to 1998. He is the ...

Tim Rossovich - Biography - IMDb

In many ways, Tim Rossovich predated Ted Hendricks as a lunatic football player and personality. Rossovich was an All-American DE at USC and, while in the NFL, made ...

Tim Rossovich - TV.com

Tim Rossovich biography, pictures, credits,quotes and more... Full Name Timothy John Rossovich Height/Wgt 6-4 / 240

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