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Joe Morrison

New York Giants Joe Morrison (40) tugs away from New York Jets Steve Tannen to score the Giants first touchdown, Sunday, Aug. 23, 1970, New Haven, Conn. Morrison scored on a pass from quarterback Fran Tarkenton. (AP Photo)

Morrison was a back and an end for the Giants from 1959 through 1972. A dominant figure during his 14-year career, he totaled 2,472 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns. He also caught 395 passes – the third-highest total in franchise history - for 4,993 yards and 47 scores. A versatile player, Morrison played six different positions: fullback, halfback, flanker, tight end, split end and defensive back. Morrison's No. 40 jersey has been retired by the franchise.