John Henderson

John Henderson

Born: December 17, 1944
Age: 75
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Jon Elliott Henderson (born December 17, 1944 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a former American football wide receiver in the National Football League for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Washington Redskins. He also played one season in the Canadian Football League for the Calgary Stampeders and helped them to win the Grey Cup in 1971. Henderson played college football at Colorado State University and was drafted in the third round of the 1968 NFL Draft.

He served as the Steelers primary kick returner in 1968, returning 29 kicks for 589 yards but played sparingly on offense. His best game as a wide receiver came on December 13, 1970 with the Redskins when he caught six passes for 120 yards and a 56-yard touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Calgary Stampeders 59th Grey Cup champions
  • Frank Andruski
  • John Atamian
  • Basil Bark
  • Lanny Boleski
  • James Bond
  • David Crabbe
  • Joe Forzani
  • John Forzani
  • Jim Furlong
  • Wayne Harris
  • Herm Harrison
  • John Helton
  • Jon Henderson
  • Reggie Holmes
  • Fred James
  • Jerry Keeling
  • Dennis Kemp
  • Craig Koinzan
  • Granville Liggins
  • Jim Lindsey
  • Rudy Linterman
  • Brian Marcil
  • Craig McLeod
  • Jesse Mims
  • Hugh McKinnis
  • Al Rankin
  • Larry Robinson
  • Herb Schumm
  • John Senst
  • Gerry Shaw
  • Jim Silye
  • Howard Starks
  • Dick Suderman
  • Leo Taylor
  • Bill Van Burkleo
  • Terry Wilson
  • Head coach: Jim Duncan

[ Source: Wikipedia ]