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Rudy Mucha
Born July 22, 1918
Chicago, Illinois
Died September 7, 1982(1982-09-07) (aged 64)
Blue Island, Illinois

Rudolph "Rudy" Mucha (July 22, 1918 – September 7, 1982) was an American football for the Cleveland Rams and the Chicago Bears of the National Football League.[1] He was also a consensus All-American collegiate center for the University of Washington in 1940. Mucha was the first Washington Husky in school history to be taken in the first round of the NFL draft. Mucha was named to the 1939 College Football All Polish-American Team.[2]

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