Ira Albright

Most Influential Person

American-football player

Why Is Ira Albright Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Ira Albright was a gridiron football running back and defensive tackle. After attending South Oak Cliff High School, Albright played college football at Tyler Junior College and for the Northeastern State Riverhawks. In 1983, he played for the Michigan Panthers of the United States Football League as a nose guard. The Pittsburgh Maulers converted Albright to a fullback in 1984, thinking he was too small to be effective on the defense. In 1986, Albright played in one regular season game with the Montreal Alouettes.

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