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31. Norm Evans

After a year with the Houston Oilers, Norm Evans was chosen by the Miami Dolphins in the Expansion Draft, and this would be the team he played for the next ten seasons.

 

Playing at Right Tackle, he started 135 of his 138 Games for Miami and was twice named to the Pro Bowl (1972 & 1974).  Evans was a vital cog in the three straight Super Bowl appearances and the two wins in the 1970s.

Coincidentally, his exit mirrored his entrant, where he was chosen by the Seattle Seahawks in the 1976 Expansion Draft.  He played there three more years before retiring.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Right Tackle
  • Acquired: Selected from the Houston Oilers in the Expansion Draft 1/15/66.
  • Departed: Selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the Expansion Draft 3/30/76.
  • Games Played: 138
  • Notable Statistics:

    77 Games Started
    1 Fumble Recovery
    72 Approximate Value

  • Played For: Miami Dolphins
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Super Bowl Champion (VII & VIII)
    Pro Bowl (1972 & 1974)

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