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William "Bud" Gordon Cooper (April 14, 1913 – August 11, 1998) played
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team. After college in 1936 he became a fullback in the
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, who the played in the second American Football League. When the Rams moved into the NFL in 1937, and Cooper went with them. Even though the NFL confederation gave the membership to the same team owner, this NFL franchise officially became a detach entity because only four players of the team joined the NFL that was newly launched. No personnel of the team joined the NFL league. The four players were Mike Sebastian, Stan Pincura, Harry Mattos, and Bud Cooper.


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Bud Cooper
at Pro Football Reference. * 1913 births 1998 deaths
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