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Earl Morrall
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Football Player
    He had struggling grades in high school.
    He was a journeyman player.
    He threw 148 interceptions in the course of his NFL playing career.
    He recorded a career high of 12 fumbles during the 1957 season.
    His performance in Super Bowl III was a disaster as the Colts lost to the New York Jets, 16-7.
    He declined an offer to play professional baseball after college.
    He helped Michigan State defeat UCLA in the 1956 Rose Bowl.
    He was also a baseball player in college.
    He was considered one of the NFL's greatest backup quarterbacks.
    Don Shula once said of him as they reunited in Miami, 'I happen to have a good memory. I remember what Earl did for me in 1968.'
    His 26 touchdown passes, 8.2 touchdown thrown percentage and his 93.2 quarterback rating helped him win the 1968 NFL MVP Award.
    He was the first ever player to win the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award.
    He coached Jim Kelly, Bernie Kosar and Vinny Testaverde as the University of Miami's quarterback coach.
    The Miami Dolphins Training Facility came to Davie, Florida while he was the mayor of the town.

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