Angelo Mosca: Gridiron great

Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund will hold its fourth annual Hall of Fame Induction Dinner at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan on Friday May 18, 2012.

This event will honor 11 players for their outstanding NFL playing careers as well as for their charitable contributions.This evening will be a celebration of the fabulous careers on the field and the equally outstanding deeds off the field of Dan Dierdorf, Marv Levy, Joe DeLamielleure, Bobby Bell, [i][u]Angelo Mosca[/i][/u], Billy Sims, Gary Moeller, Al 'Bubba' Baker, Arch Matsos, Hank Bullough and Kyle Turley.

Mike Ditka, Chairman of the Gridiron Greats says, “This is a great way for us to honor
deserving individuals not just because they were great players but because they have given so much back to the community"

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Well deserved. How many gridiron stars can you name that have stuck around with an in your face tenancity....and with just one organization. Not many. Angelo Mosca continues to get it done, but not just for himself.

He also played for the Ottawa Rough Riders. But that doesn't really count, does it?

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8) He also played one season, 1962, with Montreal.