Marv Matuszak

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Marv Matuszak
Born (1931-09-12)September 12, 1931
South Bend, Indiana, U.S.
Died February 28, 2004(2004-02-28) (aged 72)
Position(s) Linebacker
College Tulsa
NFL Draft 1953 / Round 3 / Pick 29
Jersey #(s) 64
Career highlights
NFL Pro Bowl 1953, 1957
AFL All-Star 1962
Statistics
Teams
1953–1956
1957–1958
1958
1959–1961
1962–1963
1964
NFL Pittsburgh Steelers
NFL San Francisco 49ers
NFL Green Bay Packers
NFL Baltimore Colts
AFL Buffalo Bills
AFL Denver Broncos

Marvin H. Matuszak (September 12, 1931[1] – February 28, 2004) was an American football linebacker in the National Football League and in the American Football League. He went to two NFL Pro Bowls and was once an AFL All-Star during his 12-year pro football career. After retiring he was an assistant coach in the pros for 16 seasons for five different teams. The South Bend native was inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame in 1987.

He is often erroneously called the father of former NFL defensive lineman John Matuszak. John's father's middle initial is "F" and he was still living when a photo of the family gravestone was taken in 2007.[2] Hence, this Marvin H. Matuszak who died in 2004 is not John's father.

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