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Glen Ray Hines

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Glen Ray Hines
No. 78, 70, 76
Family photo of Hines in 1969.jpg
Hines with the Houston Oilers, 1969
Born:(1943-10-26)October 26, 1943
El Dorado, Arkansas
Died:February 1, 2019(2019-02-01) (aged 75)
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Career information
Height6 ft 5 in (196 cm)
Weight275 lb (125 kg)
High schoolEl Dorado (AR)
AFL draft1965 / Round: Red Shirt 2 / Pick: 10
Drafted byHouston Oilers
NFL draft1965 / Round: 6 / Pick: 82
Drafted bySt. Louis Cardinals
Career history
As player
1966–1969Houston Oilers (AFL)
1970Houston Oilers
1971–1972New Orleans Saints
1973Pittsburgh Steelers

Glen Ray Hines (October 26, 1943 – February 1, 2019) was an All-Pro (AFL) and NCAA All-American football player.[1]

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Early life

Hines played collegiately for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and was drafted by the NFL's St. Louis Cardinals and the American Football League's Houston Oilers in 1965. In 1966, he signed with the Oilers and played for them until 1969 in the AFL, and, in 1970, in the NFL. He played the 1971-72 seasons with the New Orleans Saints, and retired after his final season with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1973. An accomplished pass blocker at a time when offensive linemen were severely restricted in the use of their hands to block pass rushers, he was an AFL All-Star game selection – the AFL version of the Pro Bowl – in 1968 and 1969.[2]

A model of durability, from his first season in 1966 through his final season in 1973, Hines started and played in 115 consecutive NFL games, including three playoff games.[3]

In 1964, Hines was the anchor of an offensive line that helped Arkansas win its only National Championship in football, and in 1965, he was a consensus All-American. The Houston Post named Hines the Southwest Conference Most Outstanding Player for the 1965 season, a rare honor for a lineman. In 1994, he was selected as a member of the Razorback All-Century team. He was named a member of the Express News San Antonio, All-Time Southwest Conference Football First-Team Offense in July 1989. In the December, 2005 issue, Hines was named to the Football Digest All-Time Houston Oilers Team. He was inducted into the Razorback Sports Hall of Honor in 2001 and the Union County (Arkansas) Sports Hall of Fame in 2012. In October 2018, Hines was inducted into the Southwest Conference Sports Hall of Fame.[4]

Hines was diagnosed with advanced dementia due to his football career and donated his brain for analysis to the Boston University CTE Center.[5] That analysis was pending as of November, 2019. In articles published in Sports Illustrated and Medium, Hines’ son, also a former football player at Arkansas, Marine Corps officer, and writer, described Hines’ cognitive decline in his later years and how the family's efforts to recover funding for medical care and treatment under the league's settlement with players were rejected by the NFL in the months before Hines died in February, 2019.[6][7]

See also


  1. ^ "Razorback Great Hines Passes Away". Arkansas Razorbacks. February 2, 2019. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  2. ^ "Former Saints tackle Glen Ray Hines dead at 75". February 4, 2019. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
  3. ^ "Ex-Hogs' space creator Hines, 75, dies". Arkansas Online. February 3, 2019. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  4. ^ "Glen Ray Hines, former Razorback All-American, dies at 75". Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  5. ^ Young, Matt (February 4, 2019). "Former Oilers lineman Glen Ray Hines dead at 75". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  6. ^ "A former football player's life after concussions". Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  7. ^ "Bring in the Gladiators". Retrieved September 5, 2019.

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