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/position=Offensive guardDefensive end

/college=North Carolina A&T State University/North Carolina A&T


/AFLDraftedRound=Second Selection

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/Honors="American Football League Champion, 1964American Football League Champion, 1965"




/teams=NFL Arizona Cardinals/St. Louis Cardinals"American Football League/AFL" Buffalo Bills"AFL" San Diego Chargers"AFL" Buffalo Bills



"Thomas Frederick Day ("Tippy")" (August 20, 1935 — August 21, 2000) was an American collegiate and Professional Football player. A defensive end, he played college football at North Carolina A&T State University, and professionally in the American Football League for the Buffalo Bills and the San Diego Chargers. He was part of the Bills' defense which did not allow a rushing touchdown for 17 consecutive games over a portion of the 1964 AFL season/1964 and 1965 AFL season/1965 seasons, winning the American Football League playoffs/American Football League Championship in both years. Day was an American Football League All-Star games/AFL All-Star in 1965.

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