|Born||September 27, 1945|
San Pedro, California
|Common Draft||1967 / Round 4 / Pick 64|
|AFL All-Star||1967, 1969|
|* Pro Football Reference|
|AFL San Diego Chargers|
NFL San Diego Chargers
NFL Denver Broncos
NFL Houston Oilers
Richard M. "Dickie" Post was a college and professional American football player. A halfback, he played for the American Football League's San Diego Chargers and was the UPI choice for AFL Rookie of the Year in 1967.
He played his college football for the University of Houston Cougars. He played professionally for the San Diego Chargers of the AFL from 1967 to 1969 and in their first season in the merged National Football League. During his San Diego stay, he played in 2 Pro Bowls (1967) and 1969. His last year in the NFL was 1971, which he started by playing for the Denver Broncos and ended playing for the Houston Oilers.
|American Football League Rookie of the Year|
with George Webster
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