Jacky Lee

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Not to be confused with the Irish singer Jackie Lee.
Jacky Lee
Born (1939-07-11) July 11, 1939 (age 75)
Minneapolis, MN
Position(s) Quarterback
College Cincinnati
AFL Draft 1960 / Round 1
Jersey #(s) 15
Career highlights
Honors

AFL Champion, 1960, 1961, 1969

World Champion (1969)
Statistics
Teams
1960-1963
1964,1965
1966, 1967
1967-1969
AFL Houston Oilers
AFL Denver Broncos
AFL Houston Oilers
AFL Kansas City Chiefs

Jacky Lee was an American quarterback who played college football at the University of Cincinnati after playing football at Akron Ellet High School, and professional football in the American Football League (AFL, 1960–1969). In 1960, he was the first-round draft choice of the American Football League's Houston Oilers, where he backed up George Blanda in the Oilers' 1960 and 1961 AFL Championship seasons, and Len Dawson in the Kansas City Chiefs' 1969 AFL and World Championship season. He was one of only twenty men who played in each of the ten years of the AFL's existence. Lee retired in 1969 after dislocating his shoulder.

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