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List of American Football League players

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List of American Football League players

The following is a list of men who played for the American Football League (AFL, 1960–1969), as well as AFL coaches, administrators, and contributors.

Players

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

Y

Z

Coaches

Owners and officials

Contributors

Notes

Player notes

1,398 people played in the American Football League at one time or another. Out of those 1,398, this is how many played for X amount of years

  • Tom Flores was in the league all ten years, but sat out 1962 with injuries.
  • Jack Kemp was in the league all ten years, but sat out 1968 with injuries.
  • Paul Lowe was in the league all ten years, but sat out 1962 with injuries.

Team notes

Out of the 1,398 people who played in the AFL, this is how many played for X amount of teams

  • 1,099 players played for one AFL team.
  • 239 players played for two AFL teams.
  • 49 players played for three AFL teams.
  • 10 players played for four AFL teams.
  • 1 player played for five AFL teams.

External links

  • List of players who played in the American Football League
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