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Bob Hayes (IV) (1942–2002)

Bob Hayes was born on December 20, 1942 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA as Robert Lee Hayes. He died on September 18, 2002 in Jacksonville. See full bio »

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The NFL on CBS Himself - Dallas Cowboys Split End / Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver / Himself - Dallas Cowboys Split En / Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide receiver / Himself - San Francisco 49ers Wide Receiver
(1965-1975)
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(1970-1974)
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(1970-1971)
(1978)

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 1978 Greatest Sports Legends (TV Series)
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 1965-1975 The NFL on CBS (TV Series)
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- Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers (1975) ... Himself - San Francisco 49ers Wide Receiver
- Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys (1974) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- NFC Divisional Playoff: Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys (1973) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- NFC Divisional Playoff: Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers (1972) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- NFC Divisional Playoff: Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings (1971) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide receiver
 1970-1974 NFL Monday Night Football (TV Series)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders (1974) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles (1974) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys (1973) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys (1971) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- St. Louis Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys (1970) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
 1973 1973 NFC Championship Game (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
 1967-1973 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Himself - NFLPlayer / Himself
- Episode #12.131 (1973) ... Himself - NFLPlayer
- Episode #6.209 (1967) ... Himself
 1972 Super Bowl VI (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver - Punt Returner
 1972 1971 NFC Championship Game (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
 1970-1971 The NFL on NBC (TV Series)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- New York Jets vs. Dallas Cowboys (1971) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- New England Patriots vs. Dallas Cowboys (1971) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
- Houston Oilers vs. Dallas Cowboys (1970) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
 1971 Super Bowl V (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver - Punt Returner
 1971 1970 NFC Championship Game (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver
 1967 1967 NFL Championship Game (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Split End
 1967 1966 NFL Championship Game (TV Special)
Himself - Dallas Cowboys Split End
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 2014 A Football Life (TV Series documentary)
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- Roger Staubach (2014) ... Himself - Dallas Cowboys Teammate
 2013 NFL Top 10 (TV Series)
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- Dallas Cowboys (2013) ... Himself
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Personal Details

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1 Print Biography | See more »

Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Personal Quote:

I won gold medals representing this country, but I've gotten more recognition around the world than I have in my own back yard.

Trivia:

Hayes won the gold medal in the 100 meters at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, tying the then-world record of 10.05 seconds, and anchored the United States 400-meter relay team to victory in a world-record 39.06. See more »

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