Mike Palm (American football)
|Date of birth||November 24, 1899|
|Place of birth||St. James, Minnesota, United States|
|Date of death||April 8, 1974(aged 74)|
|Place of death||Washington D.C., United States|
|1941||New York Giants (assistant)|
|1925–1926||New York Giants|
Myron Herrick Palm (November 24, 1899 – April 8, 1974) was a professional football player in the National Football League for the New York Giants. He was also a player-coach in 1933 for the NFL's Cincinnati Reds. He was also the owner and head coach of the Brooklyn-Rochester Tigers of the second American Football League from 1936-1937. By 1941, he returned to the Giants, to serve as an assistant coach.
Prior to his professional career, Palm played college football at Penn State. He played in the Nittany Lions 28-3 loss to USC in the 1923 Rose Bowl. During the game, he scored Penn State's only points off a field goal. Palm was an assistant at Georgetown University from 1926-1929 under coach Lou Little. In 1941 he returned to the Giants and worked as an assistant coach.
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