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1967 Pro Football Hall Of Fame Inductees

The 1967 Hall of Fame Class consisted of the following members: Emlen Tunnell who played for the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants from 1948 - 1961, Chuck Bednarik who played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1949 - 1962, Joe Stydahar who played for the Chicago Bears from 1936 - 1946, Bobby Layne who played for the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, New York Bulldogs and Pittsburgh Steelers from 1948 - 1962, Ken Strong who played for the New York Giants and Staten Island Stapletons from 1929 - 1947, Paul Brown who coached from 1950 - 1975, Charles W. Bidwill, Sr. (Team Owner) and Dan Reeves (Team Owner).
1967 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductees
Year Inducted Member Title Years Teams
1967    Emlen Tunnell   Player 1948 - 1961   Green Bay Packers, New York Giants
1967    Chuck Bednarik   Player 1949 - 1962   Philadelphia Eagles
1967    Joe Stydahar   Player 1936 - 1946   Chicago Bears
1967    Bobby Layne   Player 1948 - 1962   Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, New York Bulldogs, Pittsburgh Steelers
1967    Ken Strong   Player 1929 - 1947   New York Giants, Staten Island Stapletons
1967    Paul Brown   Coach 1950 - 1975   Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns
1967   Charles W. Bidwill, Sr.   Team Owner   
1967   Dan Reeves   Team Owner   
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