Unitas We Stand: the Johnny Unitas movie
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Unitas We Stand: the Johnny Unitas movie
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Ludo Segers | the Lithuania Tribune 2014 july 2 d. 20:02

he 1950s and 1960s were different times for professional
athletes. Johnny Unitas was paid a starting salary of $
7,000 a year in 1956. Adjusted for inflation, that would be
about $60,000 in 2014 terms. Most players in those days,
certainly the players of the Baltimore Colts, would be
living and playing in the community. In addition, they would
work in the same communities during the off-season to
supplement their income. That looks like light-years away
from today’s conditions for professional athletes where
multi-million dollar salaries and living in ostentatious
mansions are the norm.

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