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Mike Sommer

Mike Sommer
No. 21, 27, 26, 29
Halfback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1934-10-09) October 9, 1934 (age 79)
Place of birth: Washington, D.C.
Career information
College: George Washington
NFL Draft: 1958 / Round: 2 / Pick: 16
Debuted in 1958
Last played in 1963
Career history

Career NFL statistics

Michael Sandor Sommer (born October 9, 1934 in Washington, D.C.) Sommer attended Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, DC where he was an ALL High running back, leading the Tigers to the Interhigh championship in 1952 scoring 5 TD's against arch rival Western. A week later, WW defeated Catholic league champion St Johns for the City Title in Griffith Stadium, 24-6. Sommer scored a 44 yd TD and threw 23yd for another score. Sommer was also the Interhigh's Sprint champion in track that year.

Sommer played three seasons as a back at George Washington. The team had a combined record of 15-12-1 during Mike's career and defeated UTEP in the 1957 Sun Bowl, 13-0. In 1955 and 1957, Sommer was named All-Southern Conference first team and was drafted as the 16th player in the 1958 NFL Draft by the hometown Washington Redskins.

Sommer is a former American football halfback in the National Football League, playing 3 yrs for the Washington Redskins and 3 yrs for the Baltimore Colts. He also played 1 year in the American Football League for the Oakland Raiders.

Dr. Michael Sandor Sommer, MD, practices Emergency Medicine in Lewes, DE with Beebe Medical Ctr. Dr. Sommer received his medical degree from George Washington Univ Sch Of Med & Hlth Sci, Washington DC.


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