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TD passes in a season – chronology of the record
Teams in the NFL, 1920-present
Team-by-Team single season rushing leaders
Team-by-team, single-game rushing records
Team record holders: receiving yards, game
Television – First Televised Game
Thanksgiving Day Games, 1920-2014
Thanksgiving – Detroit Tradition
Thanksgiving and playoff hopes
Thorpe, Jim and the Oorang Indians
Tie Games, Overtime
Tomlinson, LaDainian Makes History in 2003
Tomlinson, LaDainian sets points record
Tomlinson ties Lenny Moore's consecutive game scoring record
Top 20: Career statistical leaders (at start of 2014 NFL Season)
Touchdowns, 99-Yard TD Passes
Touchdowns, Manning (Peyton) sets TD Mark
Touchdowns, Most consecutive games with a TD pass
Touchdown runs – Five RBs with three or more 80-yard touchdowns
"Triple Crown" Winners
Early-day pro football historians agreed that a 16-year-old quarterback from Indiana College in Pennsylvania, John Brallier, had become the first pro football player when he accepted $10 and "cakes" (expenses) to play for the Latrobe, PA, town team against neighboring Jeannette on September 3, 1895.
After the Pro Football Hall of Fame was opened in 1963 in Canton, further research uncovered the Pudge Heffelfinger payment by the Allegheny Athletic Association in 1892 and thus negated the Latrobe claim as the birthplace of pro football.
Today, Brallier is ranked no higher than seventh in line among the early-day players accepting pay to play.
Listed below are the first seven players known to have been openly paid to play football:
William "Pudge" Heffelfinger – Allegheny Athletic Association, Pittsburgh, – $500 for one game on November 12, 1892.
Ben "Sport" Donnelly – Allegheny Athletic Assocation, Pittsburgh – $250 for one game on November 19, 1892.
Peter Wright – Allegheny Athletic Association, Pittsburgh – $50 per game (under contract) for the entire 1893 season.
James Van Cleve – Allegheny Athletic Association, Pittsburgh – $50 per game (under contract) for the entire 1893 season.
Oliver W. Rafferty – Allegheny Athletic Association, Pittsburgh – $50 per game (under contract) for the entire 1893 season.
Lawson Fiscus – Greenburg, PA – $20 per game (under contract) for the entire 1894 season.
John Brallier – Latrobe, PA, – $10 and expenses for one game on September 3, 1895.