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    • Two Saints head coaches have participated in the Pro Bowl, Tom Fears in 1970 (1969 season) and Sean Payton in 2007 (2006 season) and 2018 (2017 season).New Orleans Saints-Wikipedia
    • Teamed with fellow Hall of Famer Tom Fears, Hirsch helped create the style of Rams football as one of the first big play receivers.History of the Los Angeles Rams-Wikipedia
    • Teamed with fellow Hall of Famer Tom Fears, Hirsch helped create the style of Rams football as one of the first big play receivers.Los Angeles Rams-Wikipedia
    • The record-breaking 20 receptions surpassed a 50-year-old mark held by Tom Fears (it has since been surpassed by Brandon Marshall, who made 21 receptions in a game in 2009).Terrell Owens-Wikipedia
    • The 1950 Rams scored a then-record 466 points (38.8 per game – which is still a record) with a high octane passing attack featuring Tom Fears and Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch.Norm Van Brocklin-Wikipedia
    • They were coached by former Rams great and Hall of Famer Tom Fears and owned by trucking magnate Larry Hatfield.Southern California Sun-Wikipedia

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