Bill Chambers

Bill Chambers played two years at UCLA (1946-47) and starred in the 1947 Rose Bowl.  Chambers turned pro with the New York Yanks of the old AAFC where he played two seasons (1948-49).  Chambers signed with the Montreal Alouettes in July of 1951 and playd in all 12 games for the Als in 1951* as a guard and tackle.  In 1952, Pea Head Walker took over as the Alouttes coach and Chambers was among the veterans released by Walker.  Chambers signed with Ottawa in 1952, but was released partway through the season on October 1, 1952. Bill Chambers passed away in September of 1983.

* Some versions of the Montreal All-Time Roster are missing Bill Chambers and incorrectly list Jim Chambers as playing for Montreal in 1951.

AAFC Stats For Bill Chambers

Alouettes Get Chambers - July 26, 1951

Chambers Among Newcomers for Montreal Game With Ottawa - September 8, 1951

Big Four Playoff Derby - Chambers Alternating at Guard and Tackle For Als - October 5, 1951

Als Shaping Up - Chambers Among Players Released by New Coach Walker

Chambers Signs With Ottawa - July 12, 1952

Riders Drop Bill Chambers - October 1, 1952

Year Team GP
1951 MON 12
1952 OTT  



Bill Chambers from 1952 Ottawa Citizen