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The End of the Line
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Its the end of an era! David, Robin & Elliott bring you the final episode of Bearly Legal, featuring Hall of Fame Quarterback Len Dawson, and USC legend Ron Mix.
Episode Segments:
Bearly Legal: Hall of Famer Len Dawson
Len Dawson talks about the improved play of Matt Cassell & the Chiefs, and theur return to the playoffs. We also talk about his career, and he rates some of the current QBs in the league, including Michael Vick and fellow Purdue alum Drew Brees.
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Bearly Legal: Hall of Famer Ron Mix
The Intellectual Assassin gives us the story behind his nickname, balancing football with law school, and how lifting weights gave him the edge back in the 1950's. Well also put the Legal back into the program, when he & David discuss workers comp for pro athletes.
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Bearly Legal: The End
David, Robin & Elliott look back on the 100-plus episodes of this show, and talk about their future projects.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Len Dawson
Retired National Football League quarterback Len Dawson currently serves as a sportscaster for KMBC-TV in Kansas City. Dawson played 19 seasons of professionalfootball. After attending Purdue University, Dawson was drafted fifth overall in the 1957 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Following the 1959 season, Dawson was traded to theCleveland Browns. In 1962, he signed with the Dallas Texans in the American Football League where he was selected as the AFL MVP. He joined the NFL the next year as the team became theKansas City Chiefs, earning his first of seven Pro Bowl selections that year. Dawson helped the Chiefs winSuper Bowl IV in 1970, where he was also named Super Bowl MVP. He retired in 1975 and began his broadcasting career. In 1987, Dawson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Len's Career Stats

Ron Mix
From 1960 to 1972, Ron Mix was a 10-time All-League and All-Pro offensive lineman with the American Football League San Diego and Los Angeles Chargers and Oakland Raiders. A University of Southern California All-America in 1959, he was the first draft choice of both the National Football Leagues Baltimore Colts and AFL vs. Boston Patriots. The Patriots traded their rights to Mix to the Los Angeles Chargers in 1960, and one year later the franchise moved to San Diego, where he starred at both offensive tackle and offensive guard. He retired in 1970, butreturned to play two seasons with the Oakland Raiders. Mix played in seven All-Star games, and when he completed his active career, the Chargers retired his jersey: number 74. The Chargers-Raiders star was unanimously named to the All-Time AFL Team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 1979, Mix became the second AFL player and sixth offensive lineman, all-time, to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Ron's Hall of Fame Page