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Ray Mansfield

PositionCenter
Number77, 73, 56
Birth DateJanuary 21, 1941
Bakersfield, California
Death DateNovember 3, 1996(age 55)
Grand Canyon, Arizona
Debutyear1963
Finalyear1976
Draftyear1963
Draftround2
Draftpick18
CollegeWashington
Teams * Philadelphia Eagles (1963) * Pittsburgh Steelers (1964-1976)
Highlights * 2× Super Bowl champion (IX, X)

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Burt James Ray Mansfield (January 21, 1941 - November 3, 1996) was an American football center in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Mansfield grew up in Kennewick, Washington and attended Kennewick High School. He played college football at the University of Washington from 1960 to 1962. In 1961 he was a member of the Huskies team that won the Rose Bowl 17-7 against the University of Minnesota. In 1962 he participated in the East-West Shrine Game. He is a member of the UW Athletic Hall of Fame. He was drafted in the 1963 NFL Draft by the Eagles and played for them for one season.

Mansfield moved to the Steelers in 1964 and was their starting center through the 1976 season. He was a member of the Steelers' Super Bowl-winning teams in 1974 and 1975. In his last season as a Steeler, he kicked the extra point on the Steelers' final touchdown in a playoff game after Roy Gerela pulled a groin muscle.

Mansfield went on to a successful career as an insurance broker. He died from a heart attack in November 1996 while hiking in the Grand Canyon.



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Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl IX Champions

5 Terry Hanratty * 10 Roy Gerela * 12 Terry Bradshaw * 17 Joe Gilliam * 20 Rocky Bleier * 22 Richard Conn * 23 Mike Wagner * 24 J. T. Thomas * 25 Ron Shanklin * 26 Preston Pearson * 27 Glen Edwards * 31 Donnie Shell * 32 Franco Harris (MVP) * 33 John Fuqua * 34 Andy Russell * 35 Steve Davis * 38 Ed Bradley * 39 Bobby Walden * 43 Frank Lewis * 45 Jim Allen * 46 Reggie Harrison * 47 Mel Blount * 50 Jim Clack * 51 Loren Toews * 52 Mike Webster * 54 Marv Kellum * 55 Jon Kolb * 56 Ray Mansfield * 57 Sam Davis * 58 Jack Lambert * 59 Jack Ham * 62 Jim Wolf * 63 Ernie Holmes * 64 Steve Furness * 68 L. C. Greenwood * 71 Gordon Gravelle * 72 Gerry Mullins * 73 Rick Druschel * 74 Dave Reavis * 75 Joe Greene * 77 Charlie Davis * 78 Dwight White * 82 John Stallworth * 84 Randy Grossman * 86 Reggie Garrett * 87 Larry Brown * 88 Lynn Swann * 89 John McMakin

Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl X Champions

5 Terry Hanratty * 10 Roy Gerela * 12 Terry Bradshaw * 17 Joe Gilliam * 20 Rocky Bleier * 23 Mike Wagner * 24 J. T. Thomas * 27 Glen Edwards * 31 Donnie Shell * 32 Franco Harris * 33 John Fuqua * 34 Andy Russell * 36 Dave Brown * 38 Ed Bradley * 39 Bobby Walden * 43 Frank Lewis * 44 Mike Collier * 45 Jim Allen * 46 Reggie Harrison * 47 Mel Blount * 50 Jim Clack * 51 Loren Toews * 52 Mike Webster * 54 Marv Kellum * 55 Jon Kolb * 56 Ray Mansfield * 57 Sam Davis * 58 Jack Lambert * 59 Jack Ham * 63 Ernie Holmes * 64 Steve Furness * 68 L. C. Greenwood * 71 Gordon Gravelle * 72 Gerry Mullins * 74 Dave Reavis * 75 Joe Greene * 76 John Banaszak * 78 Dwight White * 82 John Stallworth * 84 Randy Grossman * 86 Reggie Garrett * 87 Larry Brown * 88 Lynn Swann (MVP)



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