Tom Greene (American football)

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Tom Greene
No. 14
Position: Quarterback/Punter
Personal information
Born: (1938-01-01) January 1, 1938 (age 86)
Career information
College: Holy Cross
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
TDINT:1–6
Yards:251
QB Rating:20.1
Player stats at PFR

Thomas W. Greene (born January 1, 1938) is a former American football quarterback and punter in the American Football League. He played for the Boston Patriots and Dallas Texans. He played college football for the Holy Cross Crusaders. [1]

AFL career statistics

Legend
BoldCareer high
YearTeamGamesPassingRushingPuntingSackedFum
GPGSRecordCmpAttPctYdsY/ALngTDIntRtgAttYdsY/ALngTDPntYdsY/PLngBlckSckSckY
1960 BOS 1021–1276342.92514.0311620.17446.3210612,27337.36619712
1961 DTX 1000000000000000000
Career 1121–1276342.92514.0311620.17446.3210612,27337.36619712

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References

  1. "Holy Cross". www.goholycross.com. Archived from the original on 2013-12-27.