Sun coverage of Baltimore Colts quarterback John Unitas.
Photos of Unitas' funeral on September 17, 2002
Baltimore pays tribute to No. 19
Ravens honor Colts legend
Fifty years ago, an undersized defensive back named Andy Nelson climbed into a car alongside a 25-year-old, fresh-faced quarterback. Was it a Pontiac? A Chevrolet? Tricky thing about time: Just as easily as it can help shape a legacy, it can fade a memory.
Too bad we can't jump in the car today and drive to Johnny Unitas' Golden Arm restaurant in Rodgers Forge and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1958 championship game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants with a hearty meal and a couple of cold ones.
Manning, Unitas linked by franchise and more
In the twilight of his football career with the Baltimore Colts, John Unitas was repeatedly asked the question by reporters:
5 years later, his city has changed, but love remains
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