Michael Stanford Long
Long was an outstanding end at Brandeis University in the late 1950s, and played two games for the AFL's Boston Patriots in 1960.
Birth and Death Dates:
b. October 29, 1938
Long played at Brandeis University for two seasons in the late 1950s. In 1958-1959, he was named to the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference All-Star Small College North Team.
After graduating in 1960, Long played two games for the Boston Patriots of the newly-formed American Football League. That season, the Patriots finished the season in fourth place in the AFL East with a record of 5-9.
Long played end at Brandeis University from 1958-1959. He then turned pro and played as an end with the Boston Patriots of the AFL in 1960.
6'0", 188 pounds
In the AFL:
Receiving yards: 10
Receiving average: 5.0
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