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Paul Hornung

Former Green Bay Packers running back and Hall of Fame inductee, Paul Hornung, will be signing autographs October 14-16 at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly. Don?t miss out on meeting the winner of four NFL titles and the first Super Bowl, first in pro football history to win the Heisman Trophy, and NFL Most Valuable Player award!

The Show at Chantilly will be held at the Dulles Expo Center located at 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center Chantilly, VA 20151. Tickets are available for pre-order and to be picked up at Will Call at the expo. Friday tickets are $5 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm and free after 6:00pm. Saturday tickets are $10 from 9:00am to 3:00pm and free after 3:00pm. Sunday tickets are $10 from 10:00am to 2:00pm and free after 2:00pm. Click here fore more information on pricing and advance tickets..

"Golden Boy" Hornung, the best football player in Notre Dame and the first ever to win the Heisman Trophy, is a Green Bay Packers legend! Going on to win the first ever Super Bowl of 1967, Hornung is a former NFL player you won't want to miss the opportunity to meet. The man that has an award named after him to award the most versatile college football player in the nation will be signing autographs at the Dulles Expo Center for fans and followers alike.

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Paul Hornung began playing sports at Bishop Benedict Joseph Flaget High School. He was recruited by Notre Dame in 1953, and in spent his sophomore year of ?54 as a backup fullback. However, in ?55 he played as a halfback and safety during his junior year, and in his senior year he was nicknamed the ?Golden Boy? and won the Heisman Trophy (1956). Highly considered the greatest football player in Notre Dame History, he was a highly versatile quarterback who lead his team offensively in their 1956 season.

After his college career, Hornung was the first overall selection in the 1957 NFL Draft. He signed with the Green Bay Packers and went on to win four league championships, including the first ever Super Bowl in 1967. In 1961, he set the NFL championship game record score of 19 points, and in the 1965 championship win he rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown against the Cleveland Browns.

In 1961, Hornung was voted the league?s most valuable player and was chosen as an All-Pro and named to the Pro Bowl twice. However, his career ended prematurely with a neck injury in ?66, stopping him from playing for the New Orleans Saints. His career was bountiful in records ? most games with 30+ points, most games with 25+ points, and most games with 13 points in a season. In 1985, Hornung was inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame, the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986, and the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. In honor of his name, starting in 2010 an award is given out to the most versatile college football player in the nation.

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