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Joe Campanella

Birth DateSeptember 3, 1930
Cleveland, Ohio
Death DateFebruary 15, 1967(age 36)
Baltimore, Maryland
(By the Cleveland Browns)
CollegeOhio State University
Teams * Dallas Texans (1952) * Baltimore Colts (1953-1957)
Stat1labelGames played-started
Stat3labelFumble recoveries
Highlights * No notable achievements

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Joseph Arthur Campanella (September 3, 1930 - February 15, 1967) was a professional American football player who played linebacker for six seasons for the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Colts.

He was selected by Carroll Rosenbloom to be Vice President and General Manager of the Baltimore Colts from November 1966 until his death in February 1967.

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Rangers rip 4 homers to push Yankees to brink - ESPN Tweet this news
ESPN--Steve Yeager and Roy -Campanella- each have four. Derek Jeter hit his 30th postseason double, passing Bernie Williams for the most in postseason history. ... - Date : Wed, 20 Oct 2010 04:44:14 GMT+00:00
Nether Regions 10.19.10: Ben - Tweet this news Lee H. Montgomery, -Joseph Campanella-, and Rosemary Murphy For those that have experienced the original Willard, or even the remake and have just ... - Date : Tue, 19 Oct 2010 04:08:42 GMT+00:00
Swarthmore woman among 16 eyed in drug operation - Delaware County Daily Times Tweet this news
Delaware County Daily Times--Five suspects were identified as being part of -Campanella's- cocaine network: -Joseph- Deluca of New Jersey; Robert Meade of Sullivan County; Paul Domenick and ... - Date : Fri, 08 Oct 2010 09:53:14 GMT+00:00
Bitter-Sweet Finale in LA - Tot Holmes (registration) Tweet this news
Tot Holmes (registration)--Kemp, who played in all 162 games, became the first Dodgers player to homer in five consecutive games since Shawn Green and Roy -Campanella-. ... - Date : Mon, 04 Oct 2010 23:15:01 GMT+00:00
A MLB player in winter Former Red Sox pitcher reflects on the game, past and ... - The Hudson Reporter Tweet this news
The Hudson Reporter--Managers -Joe- Cronin, a Hall of Famer, and “Pinky Higgins tell me, 'Casale, we're sending you back to the minors.' I told them where they could go. ... - Date : Sun, 26 Sep 2010 04:07:57 GMT+00:00

Preceded by
Don Kellett
Baltimore Colts General Manager
Succeeded by
Harry Hulmes

Baltimore Colts 1953 Inaugural Season Roster

Alex Agase * Sisto Averno * Dick Barwegan * Ernie Blandin * Monte Brethauer * Joe Campanella * Larry Coutre * Jack Del Bello * Art Donovan * Brad Ecklund * Dan Edwards * Mel Embree * Fred Enke * Tom Finnin * Dick Flowers * John Huzvar * Ken Jackson * Tommy Kalmanir * Tom Keane * Bill Lange * Jack Little * Gino Marchetti * Buck McPhail * Ed Mioduszewski * Bill Pellington * Barney Poole * Bert Rechichar * Ed Sharkey * Don Shula * Art Spinney * George Taliaferro * Carl Taseff * Elmer Wingate * Jim Winkler * Buddy Young

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