James “Shack” Harris discusses John Wooten’s career with Lenny Moon

Former NFL all-pro quarterback James “Shack” Harris discusses with veteran sports broadcaster Lenny Moon about the hall of fame career of retired NFL executive John Wooten. Harris, co-founder of the Black College Football Hall of Fame, talks about Wooten’s historic involvement with the Fritz Pollard Alliance as well as his contribution with one of the biggest trades in NFL history while with the Dallas Cowboys. Wooten was an All-American lineman at the University of Colorado in the late 50’s and went on to become an All-Pro offensive lineman blocking for the legendary Jim Brown. A strong case can be made for John Wooten to be strongly considered as the first African American for the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a contributor.

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