Mike Douglass (American football)

Michael Reese Douglass (born March 15, 1955 in St. Louis, Missouri) is a former American football player. He played outside linebacker for the Green Bay Packers (1978–1985) and the San Diego Chargers (1986) in the National Football League. He ranks third in the lists of tackles made by a Packers player.[1]

Mike Douglass
1986 Jeno's Pizza - 48 - Sammy Winder (Mike Douglass crop)
Douglass playing for the Packers in 1984
Born:March 15, 1955 (age 64)
St. Louis, Missouri
Career information
Position(s)Linebacker
CollegeSan Diego State
NFL draft1978 / Round: 5 / Pick: 116
Career history
As player
1978–1985Green Bay Packers
1986San Diego Chargers
AwardsPacker's Defensive MVP (1980 and 1981)
HonorsPackers Hall of Fame

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-11-01. Retrieved 2011-10-06.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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Douglass (surname)

Douglass is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Abel Douglass (before 1849 – c. 1907), American whaler

A. E. Douglass (1867–1962), American astronomer

Astyanax Douglass (1897–1975), Major League Baseball catcher for the Cincinnati Reds

Bill Douglass (1923–1994), American jazz drummer

Bobby Douglass (born 1947), former American football quarterback for the Chicago Bears

Charles Douglass (1910–2003), American sound engineer, credited as the inventor of the laugh track

Charles Redmond Douglass (1844-1920), American clerk and soldier

Dale Douglass (born 1936), American professional golfer

David Douglass (physicist), American physicist

David John Douglass, aka Dave or Danny the Red, Tyneside and Yorkshire political activist and writer

Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers (1878–1960), English tennis player

Frank Douglass (1875–1972), South African rugby union player

Frederick Douglass (1818–1895), American abolitionist and writer

Gregory Douglass (born 1980), American singer-songwriter

Gordon K. (Sandy) Douglass (1904–1992) racer, designer, and builder of sailing dinghies

Harry Douglass, Baron Douglass of Cleveland (1902–1978) was a British trade unionist.

Herbert E. Douglass (1927-2014), Seventh-day Adventist theologian

Jack Douglass, American internet personality, musician and comedian on YouTube

James W. Douglass, American author, activist, and Christian theologian

James Nicholas Douglass (1826–1898), English civil engineer, lighthouse builder and designer

Jimmy Douglass, American recording engineer and record producer

Joe Douglass,(born 1974) American football player for the Las Vegas Gladiators

John J. Douglass (1873–1939), member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts

John Thomas Douglass (1847–1886), American violinist, composer of "Virginia's Ball"

John Watkinson Douglass, (1827-1909), American politician

Brigadier General John W. Douglass (born 1941), former United States Air Force officer

Joseph Henry Douglas (1871–1935) African-American concert violinist

Kingman Douglass (1896–1971), American investment banker, member of the United States intelligence community

Klondike Douglass (1872–1953), American Major League Baseball player born in Boston

Lavantia Densmore Douglass (1827–1899), American social reformer

Leon Douglass (1869–1940), American inventor

Linda Douglass, director of communications for the White House Office of Health Reform in the Obama Administration

Lewis Henry Douglass (1840–1908), American typesetter and soldier

Mabel Smith Douglass

Maurice Douglass

Mike Douglass (urban planner)

Mike Douglass (American football)

Pat Douglass

Paul Douglass

Ralph Waddell Douglass (1895—1971), commercial artist and university professor

Ramona Douglass

Richard Douglass (1746–1828). Militia officer and a cooper.

Robyn Douglass

Samuel T. Douglass (1814–1898), American justice

Sara Douglass, Australian author (pen name of Sara Warneke)

Sean Douglass

Stephen Douglass, American actor

Susan L. Douglass

Suzzanne Douglass

William Boone Douglass (b1864), American lawyer, engineer, surveyor, genealogist and anthropologist.

William Douglass (engineer), Chief Engineer for the Commissioners of Irish Lights

William Douglass (physician), physician and pamphleteer in 18th century Boston

Mike Douglass

Mike Douglass may refer to:

Mike Douglass (urban planner), American urban planner and social scientist

Mike Douglass (American football) (born 1955), former American football linebacker

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