List of family relations in American football

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The following is a list of family relations in American football. To be eligible for inclusion, a person must have played or coached at professional level in the National Football League, or had a notable college career. The list is organized alphabetically by surname. Within each listed relationship group, individuals are listed in descending order of age (or alphabetically in the case of twins).


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