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Jeff Nixon Sports Report

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March 30th 2009:The AFL and Running Back Abner Haynes

My guest this week is Abner Haynes. The 6-foot-1, 200 pound Haynes, had great speed and dazzling moves in the open field. He set AFL records with 5 touchdowns in a game and 19 touchdowns in a season in 1961, and 46 career rushing touchdowns. He also played for the Denver Broncos, the Miami Dolphins, and the New York Jets.

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Abner Haynes

Abner Haynes helped launch the AFL in 1960, when he was the fledgling league's first Player of the Year , and its first Rookie of the Year. He captured the AFL's first rushing crown with 875 yards, and also led the Texans in receiving, punt returns, and kickoff returns. Haynes spent three years in Dallas and two with same franchise when it became the Kansas City Chiefs. In 1962, he helped the Texans win the AFL Championship in the classic double-overtime victory over the two-time defending champion Houston Oilers. At the time it was the longest professional football championship game ever played. Haynes still owns 10 franchise records, including most points in a game (30), most touchdowns in
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