|Date of birth||October 21, 1944|
|Place of birth||Eufaula, OK|
|1969–1970||New Orleans Saints|
|Career highlights and awards|
Livingston was born in Eufaula, Oklahoma. He attended Mesa High School in Arizona but did not graduate. He was an All-American tailback in 1961, and was the Arizona high school player of the year. He also attended Phoenix College.
He was nineteen years old when he first played for the Chicago Bears. He is the youngest player in NFL history to score a touchdown (20 years, 53 days). The NFL granted him a hardship exemption, enabling him to leave college early. He also attended Phoenix College.
Livingston played for the Chicago Bears from 1964 until 1968. He was traded to the New Orleans Saints in 1969, and played until 1970 when he retired from football after suffering a knee injury.
Life after the NFL
Livingston helped found the nonprofit foundation "Kids 4 Today" in 1991.
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