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Stan Pincura

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Stan Pincura

Bud Cooper
Pincura (far right) with the remaining Cleveland Rams players that crossed into the NFL with the team: Harry Mattos, Mike Sebastian and Bud Cooper
Born May 2, 1913
Lorain, Ohio, United States
Died February, 1979
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight 175 pounds (79 kg)
Position(s) Halfback
College Ohio State
Jersey #(s) 6
Career highlights
Honors An Original NFL Cleveland Ram
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Cleveland Rams (AFL)
Cleveland Rams (NFL)

Stan Pincura (May 2, 1913 – February, 1979) was an American football back in the National Football League for the Cleveland Rams. He played college football at the Ohio State University. Pincura was born in Lorain, Ohio. After high school, Pincura attended Ohio State. Pincura made his professional debut in the second American Football League in 1936 with the Cleveland Rams.

For the 1937 season the Rams moved into the NFL, and Pincura went with them. Even though the NFL confederation gave the membership to the same team owner, this NFL franchise officially became a detach entity because only four players of the team joined the NFL that was newly launched. No personnel of the team joined the NFL league. The four players were Mike Sebastian, Harry Mattos, Bud Cooper and Stan Pincura.[1] Stan played for the Cleveland Rams for his entire two-year career.


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