Sammy Fox

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Sammy Fox
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Position:End
Personal information
Born:(1918-05-04)May 4, 1918
Washington D.C.
Died:April 11, 2004(2004-04-11) (aged 85)
Kendall, Florida
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:215 lb (98 kg)
Career information
High school:Central (DC)
College: Ohio State
Career history
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As a coach:
Player stats at PFR

Samuel Simon Fox (May 4, 1918 – April 11, 2004) was an American football end who played one season for the New York Giants. He was the head coach of the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1947.

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Early life

Sammy Fox was born on May 4, 1918 in Washington D.C.. He went to high school at Central (DC).

College career

He went to college at Ohio State.

Professional career

New York Giants

In 1945, he played for the New York Giants. He played in 8 games and had 10 catches for 120 yards. [1] He also had 2 touchdowns.

Jersey City Giants

In 1946, he played 1 game for the minor league Jersey City Giants. [2]

Paterson Panthers

In the same year, he played 5 games for the Paterson Panthers. He had one touchdown.

Coaching career

Ottawa Rough Riders

In 1947, he coached the Ottawa Rough Riders. [3] They had a 8–4 record. [4]

Later life

He died on April 11, 2004. He was 85 at the time of his death.

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References

  1. "Sam Fox Stats". Pro-Football-Reference.com.
  2. "Sam Fox Stats – Pro Football Archives". www.profootballarchives.com.
  3. "Sam Fox Coaching Record – Pro Football Archives". www.profootballarchives.com.
  4. "Sam Fox Coaching Records on JustSportsStats.com". www.justsportsstats.com.