Oldest-living No. 1 NFL pick has words of wisdom
Charley Trippi would tell Thursday's No. 1 NFL draft selection to secure a fair share at the negotiating table.
Trippi, 87, was a two-time All-America at Georgia and was taken as the top future draft pick by the Chicago Cardinals in 1945. He enjoyed a versatile nine-year NFL career that included time as a running back, quarterback, safety, punter and return specialist.
In 1968, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Today, he is the oldest-living No. 1 NFL draft ...
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