The Oldest Players to Ever Join the NFL

There is a lot of talk about how old football players are now, and that’s because there have been more older players playing in the league than ever before. It has become much easier for guys like Terrell Owens or Marvin Harrison to make it into pro ball at an age when they may not have gotten a chance if they were younger.  Here are the oldest players to ever join the NFL, first you will have to sign up and play the best aussie online casino games for massive real money wins!

1 – Joe Kapp (1935) – Detroit Lions

Joe Kapp was born on August 29th, 1935. He joined the Lions as a rookie free agent out of Stanford University in 1956. He went on to play 12 seasons with the team before being traded to the Cleveland Browns where he played another four years. During his time with the Lions, he helped them win three NFL Championships. After retiring from the NFL, he became a successful businessman and also had a brief stint as a running back coach for the San Francisco 49ers.

2 – George Connor (1879-1959) – New York Giants

While most people know him better by his nickname “Tiny”, George Connor was actually born on October 5th, 1879.  In 1902, he signed with the Chicago Tigers of the short-lived American Professional Football Association. He then moved on to the Canton Bulldogs of the National Football League in 1903. He would go on to play 17 seasons in the NFL, amassing 3,878 rushing yards and 1,944 receiving yards along with 22 career touchdowns.

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3 – Jim Thorpe (1887-1953) – Green Bay Packers

Jim Thorpe was born on November 16th, 1887 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. As a senior, he led Carlisle to its only undefeated national championship season in 1904. That same year, he won the gold medal in the decathlon at the Olympics in St. Louis. During the 1905 college football season, he transferred to Carlisle. There, he lettered twice and was named All-American both times.

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