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English: Joe Namath in 1965. Jet Stream was published without a copyright notice.
Date 1965, between January (signing by Jets) and April. Printed in April edition of "Jet Stream" their former magazine for season ticket holdeers
Source Physical copy at the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Museum archives, Canton OH, Super Bowl III file.
Author New York Jets

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