Frank Ryan Pete Rozelle & Crazy Legs Hirsch signed AUTO 1960 NFL L.A. Rams Contract

Frank Ryan was a Quarterback drafted out of Rice University in 1958 by the Los Angeles Rams (1958–1961).  He also played for the Cleveland Browns (1962–1968) and Washington Redskins (1969–1970). He led the Browns to their most recent National Football League title in 1964. Ryan was also a mathematician, serving as a faculty member at Case Western Reserve University from 1967 to 1974.

He was the starting QB for the NFL Championship, 1964 Browns (he led the league in passing TD’s that year) and was a 3 x Pro Bowler (1964-66).

Pete Rozelle (D. 1996) Rozelle served as the commissioner of the National Football League (NFL) for nearly thirty years, from January 1960 until his retirement in November 1989. He is credited with making the NFL into one of the most successful sports leagues in the world.   Prior to his career as NFL commissioner, Rozelle had a great training ground in professional sports.

Crazy Legs Hirsch (D. 2004)  was an American professional football player, sport executive and actor. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 1974. He was also named to the all-time All-Pro team selected in 1968 and to the National Football League (NFL) 1950s All-Decade Team.

Offered is Frank Ryan’s personal 1960 NFL contract with the Los Angeles Rams (derives from his personal collection) signed by both Frank Ryan, Crazy Legs Hirsch, & Pete Rozelle on the front side of the contract.  On the back it is again signed by Ryan & Hirsch.  Also attached is a document (Injury Clause) signed by Ryan & Hirsch.

He received an $18,000 salary in his 3rd NFL season.


Item: 12592

Price: $295.00
Frank Ryan Pete Rozelle & Crazy Legs Hirsch signed AUTO 1960 NFL L.A. Rams Contract