Tillie Voss

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Tillie Voss
Born:(1897-03-28)March 28, 1897
Detroit, Michigan
Died:December 14, 1975(1975-12-14) (aged 78)
Stuart, Florida
Career information
Position(s) Tackle
End
College Detroit Mercy
Career history
As player
1921 Detroit Tigers
1921 Buffalo All-Americans
1922 Rock Island Independents
1922 Akron Pros
1923 Toledo Maroons
1924 Green Bay Packers
1925 Detroit Panthers
1926 New York Giants
1927–1928 Chicago Bears
1929 Dayton Triangles
1929 Buffalo Bisons

Walter Clarence "Tillie" Voss (March 28, 1897 – December 14, 1975) was an American football tackle who played nine seasons in the National Football League (NFL). [1] During his time with the Green Bay Packers, Voss, along with Frank Hanny of the Chicago Bears were the first players to be ejected in a game in league history after exchanging punches. [2]

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He died in 1975. [3]

NFL Records

Most teams played for : 11

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References

  1. "Tillie Voss". Pro-Football-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved December 17, 2017.
  2. "Wisconsin".
  3. "Walter C. Voss death notice". Detroit Free Press. December 18, 1975.