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Category:

Football, Hall of Famers

Title:

Hall of Fame Quarterback, New York Jets

Travels From:

Florida

Fee Range:

$50,001 and above

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Joe Namath Booking Agency Profile

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Joe Namath retired from the game of football after compiling a 62-63-4 record in 140 games played. His career numbers include 27,663 yards 173 touchdowns and 220 interceptions. During his thirteen years in the AFL and NFL he played for three division champions, earned one league championship (1968 AFL Championship) and led the Jets to a victory in Super Bowl III.

He is known for brashly telling the media that he guaranteed that his team would upset Don Shula's NFL Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III in 1969, and then delivering on his promise. Recounting his 1969 Super Bowl performance, he said "It was such a feeling of elation, joy, tickling explosions inside, the teammates we did it, we were #1." "The same three words keep coming back: 'We did it. WE DID IT.'" Namath's infectious and genuine joy at recounting this made it natural for NFL Films to feature this quote in advertisements for its series.
He was born and raised in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, twenty miles from Pittsburgh, growing up in the city's Lower End neighborhood. He was a standout in football, basketball and baseball.

Upon graduation from high school, he received offers from six Major League Baseball teams, but his interest in football prevailed. Namath played collegiately for the Alabama Crimson Tide under coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. His 29-4 record in three years at Alabama was highlighted by a National Championship in 1964. He later became the first quarterback to lead a team to a championship at both the collegiate and professional levels.

Namath was drafted to play professionally by both the NFL and the upstart AFL despite suffering a serious knee injury his final year at Alabama. He elected to sign with the AFL’s New York Jets, who drafted him first overall, although he was selected by the NFL’s St. Louis Cardinals on the same day.
Namath was the American Football League Rookie of the year in 1965 as he became the first player to pass for over 4,000 yards. The landmark victory of his career was his MVP performance in the Jets' 16-7 Super Bowl III win over the Baltimore Colts in 1969. Writers from NFL cities insisted it would take the AFL several more years to be truly competitive with the NFL. Namath knew they would be proved wrong as he said three days before the game, the now-famous line: "We're gonna win the game. I guarantee it."

Namath acquired legendary status for American Football League fans as the symbol of their league's legitimacy. His popularity helped launch Monday Night Football as the Jets took on the Cleveland Browns in the inaugural game.
Injuries took a toll the rest of Namath’s career as he only played in 28 of a possible 58 games from 1970-1973. Namath was waived by the Jets in 1977 and was picked up by the Los Angeles Rams in the twilight of his career. After playing in just four games, Namath couldn’t overcome injury and didn’t play another game.

Although his career statistics are not exceptional, Namath was elected to the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 1985. He is considered the game’s first true media superstar, and his style of play helped evolve the NFL into an open passing game.
After his playing days, Namath started a minor acting career where he appeared in several movies and TV shows.

Namath currently lives in the village of Tequesta, Florida. He volunteers for a number of organizations, including the March of Dimes. He owns several bars using his nickname Broadway Joe’s in New York and Tuscaloosa and continues to serve as an unofficial spokesman and goodwill ambassador for the Jets.

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Joe Namath to Host 43rd Annual Football Camp at Western Connecticut State University

DANBURY, CT. — Legendary NFL quarterback, Joe Namath, will be hosting his 43rd annual football camp this summer at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Conn. The camp, which is open to boys of ages 8 to 18, is scheduled for July 13 – July 17, 2014. Tuition for 2014 is $795 for overnight campe ... read more

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