Bud Marshall

Richard Arlen "Bud" Marshall (September 12, 1941 – July 16, 2009) was an American football defensive lineman in the National Football League for the Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, and Washington Redskins. He also played in the American Football League for the Houston Oilers. Marshall played college football at Baylor University and Stephen F. Austin State University and was drafted in the tenth round of the 1965 NFL Draft.

Marshall died on July 16, 2009, five years to the day after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke. He was survived by his wife of 45 years Kay Morgan Marshall, his four daughters and many grandchildren.[2]

Bud Marshall
No. 70, 75, 77
Born:September 12, 1941
Carthage, Texas
Died:July 16, 2009 (aged 67)
Pasadena, Texas, U.S.
Career information
Position(s)Defensive tackle / end
CollegeBaylor
Stephen F. Austin State
AFL draft1965 / Round: Red Shirt 11 / Pick: 84
Drafted byNew York Jets[1]
NFL draft1965 / Round: 10 / Pick: 136
Career history
As player
1965Green Bay Packers
1965Atlanta Falcons
1966Washington Redskins
1967–1968Houston Oilers (AFL)
Career stats

References

  1. ^ "1965 AFL Draft". Archived from the original on February 25, 2017. Retrieved March 23, 2017.
  2. ^ http://www.ladytexian.com/TXPanola/Obits/2009/July/ForestParkLawndale_MarshallR.html

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Richard Marshall (rugby league) (born 1975), rugby league footballer

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Richard Marshall (DJ), British DJ who has also recorded under the name Scanty Sandwich

Richard Purvis Marshall (1818–1872), British pastoral squatter and Native Police officer in the colonies of New South Wales and Queensland

Richard O. Marshall, creator of high fructose corn syrup with his partner Earl R. Kooi

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