|Date of birth||April 8, 1932|
|Place of birth||Dellroy, Ohio|
|1967–1968||New York Giants|
Vincent Costello (born April 8, 1932 in Dellroy, Ohio) is a former American football linebacker who played twelve seasons in the National Football League for the Cleveland Browns (1956–66) and New York Giants (1967–68). He later coached with Paul Brown as linebackers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals (1969–1973); Miami Dolphins (1974) and the Kansas City Chiefs (until his retirement).
Costello now lives in Kansas City, Missouri, where he owns a company that makes and designs various sports collectibles, including a line exclusively designed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His store is called Vince Costello's Collectibles.
- "Vince Costello? Go Figurine, That's is what Former Browns Linebacker is Into These Days– Selling Figurines of Hall of Fame Players". Akron Beacon Journal. Black Press Ltd. July 24, 1999. (subscription required)
- Peticca, Mike (2012-11-27). "Cleveland Browns' 100 best all-time players: No. 56, Vince Costello (video)". Plain Dealer.
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