Frank Gifford

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Frank Gifford (born 1930) was a famous National Football League running back for the New York Giants during the 1950s including being voted the MVP for 1956 after leading the Giants to the NFL championship. Gifford was sidelined with a head injury for 18 months after being blindsided late in the 1950s, and returned as a wide receiver before finishing his career as a defensive back. He is the only man to have been voted to the Pro Bowl in three different positions.

Gifford went on to a successful broadcasting career in Monday Night Football which he announced as part of a team from 1971 until 1998, when an extra-marital scandal caused him to leave announcing.

Gifford has been married three times, with his latest marriage to the much younger Kathy Lee Gifford from 1986 to present. They have two children together and he has three children from a previous marriage.

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