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Discussion in 'New York Jets' started by #28Martin, Apr 26, 2016.
Rest in Peace
Rest in Paradise, Mr. Hill.
RIP...one of the best players in franchise history
a great lineman and teammate - RIP
I remember when he came out of Texas Southern. He was another player (similar to Namath) that was drafted by the NFC (colts I think) but opted for the new, upstart AFC NY Jets. He protected Namath's blind side for about 10 yrs. Good guy. Sorry to see him go before we won another ring.
Warrior and legend...Many don't know but he is one of the main reasons our franchise has a super bowl...
He was key in stopping the Colts right side that whole game...It opened up room for Snell to go off for 121 yards.
My Dad's favorite Jet. Rest in Peace Big Win.
Truly one of the great Jets.
I still have his autograph from my days as a child lurking around training camp at Hofstra. RIP
I've only seen him when watching the reruns of Super Bowl III, but everything I've read about has been nothing short of great, especially of the field.
RIP Winston Hill
RIP Jet warrior.
Only know him from films and interviews over the years. But much respect for a true Jet.
winston hill used to come to namaths football camp, which i used to attend as a kid. spent a lot of time with him. learned my blocking techniques from him. he was a great man who loved the game with all his heart. RIP
RIP to a Jets great.
Ahhh damn. Sucks getting old and seeing childhood heroes passing.
R. I. P. Sir.
RIP Mr. Hill. Thanks for the memories and condolences to your family.