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1966 Drafted Linebackers

There were 10 Linebackers drafted in the 1966 NFL draft. The highest drafted LB was Tommy Nobis drafted in round 1 out of Texas by the Atlanta Falcons. The 1966 drafted Linebackers were Don Hansen drafted in round 3 out of Illinois by the Minnesota Vikings, Ron Acks drafted in round 4 out of Illinois by the Minnesota Vikings, Doug Buffone drafted in round 4 out of Louisville by the Chicago Bears, Bill Cody drafted in round 5 out of Auburn by the Detroit Lions, Bob Sanders drafted in round 9 out of North Texas by the Atlanta Falcons, Jeff Smith drafted in round 10 out of USC by the New York Giants, Ken Avery drafted in round 12 out of Southern Mississippi by the New York Giants, Arunas Vasys drafted in round 16 out of Notre Dame by the Philadelphia Eagles and Ike Kelley drafted in round 17 out of Ohio State by the Philadelphia Eagles. View all of the Linebackers selected in the 1966 Draft.
1966 Drafted Linebackers
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Tommy Nobis   Texas   Atlanta Falcons
3   Don Hansen   Illinois   Minnesota Vikings
4   Ron Acks   Illinois   Minnesota Vikings
4   Doug Buffone   Louisville   Chicago Bears
5   Bill Cody   Auburn   Detroit Lions
9 140   Bob Sanders   North Texas   Atlanta Falcons
10   Jeff Smith   USC   New York Giants
12   Ken Avery   Southern Mississippi   New York Giants
16   Arunas Vasys   Notre Dame   Philadelphia Eagles
17   Ike Kelley   Ohio State   Philadelphia Eagles
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