|Born:||November 8, 1911
|Died:||December 2, 1988 (Age 77)|
Armand Niccolai played nine seasons for the Pittsburgh Pirates/Steelers after attending nearby Duquesne University. He led the team in scoring in four years, including posting a personal-best 28 points in both 1935 and 1936. He booted a Steelers'-best seven field goals in 1936, which that mark would not be broken for the next 14 years.
Niccolai died in Monessen, Pennsylvania.
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