What years did Jack Lambert play for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

What years did Jack Lambert play for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Jack Lambert (American football)

No. 58
NFL Draft: 1974 / Round: 2 / Pick: 46
Career history
Pittsburgh Steelers (1974–1984)
Career highlights and awards

What happened to Jack Lambert?

Following Jack Lambert’s retirement from the NFL in 1984, the Steelers linebacker famed for his toothless snarl has spent time as a volunteer deputy wildlife officer and also coached youth baseball and basketball teams for his four children in Worthington, just outside of Kittanning, where he also gave his time …

What college did Jack Lambert go to?

Kent State University
Jack Lambert/College

How many Super Bowls did Jack Lambert play in?

four Super Bowls
The team defensive captain for eight years, Lambert played in six AFC championship games and four Super Bowls. His interception late in the fourth quarter preserved Pittsburgh’s fourth NFL title victory in Super Bowl XIV.

What is Jack Lamberts net worth?

Jack Lambert net worth: Jack Lambert is an American former professional football player who has a net worth of $2.5 million. Jack Lambert was born in Mantua, Ohio in July 1952.

How old is Jack Lambert now?

69 years (July 8, 1952)
Jack Lambert/Age

What Super Bowls did Jack Lambert play in?

Lambert was named to nine straight Pro Bowls, was All-Pro eight times, and a team defensive captain for eight years….Jack Lambert | Pittsburgh Steelers – Steelers.com.

Super Bowl IX, X, XIII, XIV
Pro Bowl 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
Hall of Fame 1990
Hall of Honor 2017

Who wore 54 for the Steelers?

Uniform Numbers

Player From To
Donta Jones 1995 1998
Marv Kellum 1974 1976
Dave LaCrosse 1977 1977
Max Messner 1964 1965

How much did Terry Bradshaw get paid?

Salary: Terry Bradshaw’s annual TV salary is $5 million. Real Estate: After retiring from the NFL, Terry invested heavily in real estate. Leading up to the 2008 real estate crash he owned $13 million worth of properties around Texas, Oklahoma, and Mexico.