|No. 77, 60, 56, 64, 63, 65|
|Born:||September 3, 1942|
|Died:||June 17, 1995 (aged 52)|
Missouri City, Texas
|NFL Draft:||1964 / Round: 19 / Pick: 261|
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Robert Allen Young (September 3, 1942 – June 17, 1995) was an American football offensive guard who played 16 seasons in the National Football League, mainly for the St. Louis Cardinals, where he and other Cardinal offensive linemen are credited with introducing modern weightlifting/powerlifting into the training regime of the NFL. He was named to two Pro Bowls (1978 & 1979) and was a first team All Pro selection in 1979 as well. Young attended Howard Payne University. He was the older brother of three-time world powerlifting champion Doug Young.
World's Strongest ManEdit
Young competed in the inaugural World's Strongest Man contest in 1977, finishing second to weightlifter Bruce Wilhelm. He also finished 5th in the 1979 World's Strongest Man.
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