Johnny Unitas, nicknamed "Johnny U" and "The Golden Arm", was a former NFL quarterback that spent the majority of his career playing for the Baltimore Colts. He retired as a member of the San Diego Chargers and paved the way for future Hall of Famer, Dan Fouts. Unitas was a marquee quarterback with a strong passing arm, media fanfare, and widespread popularity and is consistently listed as one of the greatest NFL players of all time.
During his 17 year career, Johnny Unitas was selected to ten Pro Bowls and went on to be named the NFL’s most valuable player in 1959, 1964, and 1967. After leading the Colts to three NFL Championships and a Super Bowl V victory, Unitas was also honored with the 1980 NFL Man of the Year Award. Unitas was also a record-breaking quarterback, who held the record for most consecutive games with a touchdown pass for 52 years and was the first quarterback to throw for more than 40,000 yards. In his entire career, Unitas was able to accomplish 2,830 completions in 5,186 passes for 40,239 yards and 290 powerful touchdowns, with 253 blazing interceptions. Unitas also rushed for 1,777 yards and 13 radiating touchdowns, making the Johnny Unitas signed Colts authentic Riddell mini helmet a valuable item. In honor of his noteworthy career, Johnny Unitas was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1979. Commemorate Unitas' noteworthy career and add value to your collection with the autographed Johnny Unitas football.
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