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1966 Drafted Tight Ends

There were 8 Tight Ends drafted in the 1966 NFL draft. The highest drafted TE was Milt Morin drafted in round 1 out of Massachusetts by the Cleveland Browns. The 1966 drafted Tight Ends were Bob Windsor drafted in round 2 out of Kentucky by the San Francisco 49ers, Tony Jeter drafted in round 3 out of Nebraska by the Green Bay Packers, Dave Lince drafted in round 7 out of North Dakota by the Philadelphia Eagles, Dick Witcher drafted in round 8 out of UCLA by the San Francisco 49ers, Kent Kramer drafted in round 9 out of Minnesota by the San Francisco 49ers, Freeman White drafted in round 9 out of Nebraska by the New York Giants and Austin Denney drafted in round 11 out of Tennessee by the Dallas Cowboys. View all of the Tight Ends selected in the 1966 Draft.
1966 Drafted Tight Ends
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1   Milt Morin   Massachusetts   Cleveland Browns
2   Bob Windsor   Kentucky   San Francisco 49ers
3   Tony Jeter   Nebraska   Green Bay Packers
7   Dave Lince   North Dakota   Philadelphia Eagles
8   Dick Witcher   UCLA   San Francisco 49ers
9   Freeman White   Nebraska   New York Giants
9   Kent Kramer   Minnesota   San Francisco 49ers
11   Austin Denney   Tennessee   Dallas Cowboys
 
 
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