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HOF Player Profile: Osawatomie's Lynn Dickey 5/28Photo Credit: Lynn Dickey

Lynn Dickey is a graduate of Kansas State University where he was a 2-time all-Big 8 quarterback in 1969 & 1970. He was the Big 8 Offensive Player on the ALL-TIME Big 8 Team. His Jersey No. 11 is the only number ever retired at Kansas State University.

Lynn was drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1971 and played there through 1975. He was traded to the Green Bay Packers in 1976 and set most of the single season & career passing records. In 1983 he led the NFL in passing yards (4458) and touchdown passes (32). Lynn retired after the 1985 season.

Lynn Dickey is a current member of the Kansas High School Sports Hall of Fame, The State of Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, The Kansas State University Sports Hall of Fame and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.

He currently lives in Leawood, Kansas with wife Anamaria, has four daughters and five grandchildren and works for Serve Your Customer Prescriptions Management, based in Milwaukee.