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Date of birth October 22, 1923
Place of birth Orlando, Florida
Date of death
Position(s) End
College Indiana
Draft 1945 / Round 5
Pro Bowls 6
Statistics Pro Football Reference
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1947-1955 Philadelphia Eagles
Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1970

Peter Louis Pihos (born October 22, 1923, in Orlando, Florida, USA) was a professional football player for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was a high school junior when his mother moved the family to Chicago. His father was a murder victim, and when a suspect was acquitted, Pete decided to become a lawyer. He was just one semester short of a law degree when he became disenchanted with the idea.

Pihos was an All-American at the Indiana University, as a defensive end. Pete led the NFL in receiving from 1953 through 1955 and earned first-team All-Pro or All-League honors six times and was named to six Pro Bowls.


Pete Pihos

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