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Elmer Layden – First NFL Commissioner

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Elmer Layden was the first commissioner of the NFL, but that’s not where he received his fame and notariotry. He was part of one of the most famous backfields in college football history. Layden was the fullback for the famed Four Horsemen of Notre Dame. He then moved into a successful coaching career before being plucked by the NFL to assume supreme commander responsibilities as the first commissioner. Hop on the DeLorean in this week’s episode to learn more about Elmer Layden and the mark he put on the NFL en route to the upcoming 100th season.

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