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Redskins HOF all-everything Bill Dudley (1950-51, 53)

EXCERPT: The Pro Football Hall of Fame describes him as “small and slow with an unorthodox running style.”  Indeed, “Bullet” Bill Dudley was hardly fleet of foot, although his nickname may suggest otherwise.  But the 5-foot-10, 176-pounder compensated for any deficiencies to become one of the greatest all-around players in NFL history.  Dudley played nine seasons in the NFL from 1942 to 1953, three each with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions and Washington Redskins. (He also missed three seasons due to military service and injuries.)  Along the way, he was Mr. Versatility, amassing 8,157 yards in rushing, receptions and kick returns, scoring 484 points and intercepting 23 passes.  He kicked field goals and extra points, punted and threw passes, too.

Read the entire article about Dudley in the attached document.