James Stephen Ringo
Height: 6-1 Weight: 232 lbs.
Born: November 21, 1931 in Orange, NJ
Died: November 19, 2007 in Chesapeake, VA
High School: Phillipsburg
College: Syracuse (school history)
Drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 7th round (79th overall) of the 1953 NFL Draft.
Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 77 (399th overall since 1950)
10-time Pro Bowler & 6-time First-Team All-Pro (fine print)
Inducted into Hall of Fame in 1981, finalist in 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
News -- July 2014
- 7/9 Lombardi Ave: 57 days to Packers football: Ken Bowman: With 57 days left until the start of theNFLseason, our countdown to the big day continues. Thursday, Sept. 4, is the day whentheGreen...
- 7/6 Lombardi Ave: 60 days to Packers football: Lee Roy Caffey: With 60 days left until the start of theNFLseason, our countdown to the big day continues. Thursday, Sept. 4, is the day whentheGreen...
- 7/5 FootballPerspective.com: Trivia: Pro Bowlers on NFL Champions, Part II: Last weekend, we looked at the team with the most Pro Bowlers to win a championship. Today, we look at the reverse: the team with...
- 7/3 FootballPerspective.com: Best AV-Weighted Winning Percentages of Offensive Players: Yesterday, I looked at the weighted career winning percentages for running backs, with the weight being based on each player’s...
News -- June 2014
- 6/28 FootballPerspective.com: Most Hall of Famers on an NFL Team: Today’s trivia is a straightforward one: only one team in NFL history has fielded 11 players who are currently members of...
News -- May 2014
- 5/24 Highway to Hall: Centers Get Little Recognition from Hall of Fame Voters: By Dan Trammel@HighwayToHallThis week 2 long-time centers celebrated birthdays: Ray Donaldson and Mick Tingelhoff. To mark the...
- 5/4 FootballPerspective.com: The Evolution of Quarterbacks: With the NFL draft approaching, you’ll hear a lot of statements about how the quarterback position is changing. Mobile quarterbacks...
News -- February 2013
- 2/3 FootballPerspective.com: Losing in the title game: the Harbaugh 49ers and the Lombardi Packers: Congratulations to Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Joe Flacco, and the Baltimore Ravens on winning Super Bowl XLVII. The Ravens and 49ers...