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In honor of , we recognize legendary pioneer Emlen Tunnell, the first African American player in history, the first African American assistant coach in the NFL and the first African American inducted into the .
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Matt_G 9 Feb 18
A day that will live in infamy, unfortunately
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Laurie 9 Feb 18
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He was famous for saying “different strokes for different folks”. He was a great player and a real Giant!!
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Stephen Nixon 9 Feb 18
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One of the greatest players in NFL history. He epitomized the phrase ball hawk and was a terrific punt and kick returner. A true Giants legend.
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blazintommyd 9 Feb 18
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NYGiantsfan74 9 Feb 18
Why is this a big deal? The greatest giant of all time is black! Our General Manager was black, majority of players on the giants except a handful of players are black. Dont get why this is a big deal.
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PFHOFCantonGuy 9 Feb 18
1st
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Dan Wasserbach 10 Feb 18
I had a chance to read a book on the history of the Giants. I had no idea who Emlen Tunnell was until then, now I do. One of the greatest players in franchise history!
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Kwa_iq 10 Feb 18
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Hey folks how can I get an Emlen Tunnell jersey. I would like my son to know all these great pioneers!
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Allison G 11 Feb 18
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S 9 Feb 18
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One of greatest DBs ever. Underrated and under appreciated. Should not be forgotten. Also, he went undrafted. Hitched a ride to NY to get a try out.
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