Happy Birthday: John Unitas 1933 - John Unitas was known as Johnny Unitas or "Johnny U", and nicknamed "The Golden Arm", was a professional American football player in the 1950s through the 1970s, spending the majority of his career with the Baltimore Colts. He was a record-setting quarterback, and the National Football League's most valuable player in 1959, 1964 and 1967. keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com
American football player Johnny Unitas, quarterback for the Baltimore Colts, holds his arms out to request quiet from the crowd for the final drive in the 1958 championship game against the New York Giants at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, New York, December 28, 1958. #70 for the Giants is Sam Huff.
Johnny Unitas (1933 - 2002) Hall of Fame Professional Football Player. Played 19 years (1955 to 1973), 18 with the Baltimore Colts, and one with the San Diego Chargers. Considered by most to be the greatest quaterback of all time. He broke nearly every NFL passing record and won three championships with the Baltimore Colts in an 18 year career.
Low angle image of American football player John Unitas (1933 - 2002), quarterback for the Baltimore Colts, holding the ball in his left hand during practice on a field. Johnny entered the Hall of Fame, 1979, and holder of many NFL passing records.
Quarterback <a gi-track='captionPersonalityLinkClicked' href=/galleries/search?phrase=Johnny+Unitas&family=editorial&specificpeople=224971 ng-click='$event.stopPropagation()'>Johnny Unitas</a> #19 of the Baltimore Colts drops back to pass against the Cleveland Browns during an NFL football game December 26, 1971 at Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. Unitas played for the Colts from 1956-72.