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Weeb Ewbank

Weeb Ewbank

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SPORT: Football TEAM: Jets POSITION: Coach INDUCTED: 1978 CAREER: 1954-1973 IN NY: 1963-1973 Wilbur Charles “Weeb” Ewbank was 130-129-7 in 20 seasons with the Jets and Baltimore Colts. He led the Colts to NFL championships in 1958 and 1959 and won Super Bowl III with the Jets. In 11 seasons with the Jets, Ewbank’s teams were 71-77-6, a .480 winning percentage.

Curtis Martin

Curtis Martin

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SPORT: Football TEAM: Jets POSITION: Running back INDUCTED: 2012 (Second year as a finalist) CAREER: 1995-2005 IN NY: 1998-2005 A five-time Pro Bowler, Martin won the Offensive Rookie of the Year award with the Patriots in 1995 and led the league with 371 attempts and 1,697 yards with the Jets in 2004. Martin finished his career third all-time with 3,518 carries, fourth all-time with 14,101 rushing yards and 12th all-time with 90 rushing touchdowns.

Don Maynard

Don Maynard

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SPORT: Football TEAM: Jets POSITION: Wide receiver INDUCTED: 1987 (Eighth year as a finalist) CAREER: 1958-1973 IN NY: 1958 with the Giants, 1960-1972 with the Titans/Jets Maynard caught 633 passes for 11,834 yards and 88 touchdowns in 13 seasons with the Giants, Titans, Jets and Cardinals. He led the league with 14 touchdowns in 1965 and with 1,434 yards in 1967. A four-time Pro Bowler who helped the Jets win Super Bowl III, Maynard ranks 11th all-time in receiving touchdowns and 24th all-time in receiving yards.

Joe Namath

Joe Namath

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SPORT: Football TEAM: Jets POSITION: Quarterback INDUCTED: 1985 (Third year as a finalist) CAREER: 1965-1977 IN NY: 1965-1976 “Broadway Joe” was 62-63-4 with a 50.1 completion percentage, 173 touchdowns and 220 interceptions in 13 seasons for the Jets and Rams. A five-time Pro Bowler and two-time Player of the Year, Namath was MVP of Super Bowl III and won the 1974 Comeback Player of the Year award. He led the league in completions, attempts, yards and interceptions in 1966 and 1967 and led the league in yards and touchdowns in 1972.