Karl Sweetan

Sweettan played one year in Toronto before moving on to the NFL. Complete NFL Stats

The following bio is taken from Infoplease.

NFL quarterback in the 1960s and 70s who was accused of orchestrating a scheme to steal a L.A. Rams playbook in 1972: first-round draft pick of Detroit in 1965; tied NFL record by throwing a 99-yard touchdown pass to Pat Studstill in 1966; also played for New Orleans and Los Angeles; along with his cousin, was charged with wire fraud and interstate transportation of stolen property and arrested by the FBI after Saints coach J.D. Roberts notified the league that Sweetan wanted to sell him a L.A. Rams playbook; indictments were never sought because the value of the playbooks were estimated at less than that would make it a federal crime; He died of complications of vascular surgery on July 2, 2000 in Las Vegas.

Year Team GP PA PC % Yds TD Int Sacked Yds
1964 TOR 13 39 15 38.5 197 0 2 0 0

Year Team TC Yds Avg TD Long
1964 TOR 8 43 5.4 0 11

Year Team F FL
1964 TOR 1

Year Team ConvA ConvG % Att Good FG% Long S MFG YdsMFG Avg PTS
1964 TOR 28 22 78.6 6 3 50
1       32

Year Team KO Yds Avg Long S
1964 TOR 29 1611 55.6 68 0

Year Team P Yds Avg Long S
1964 TOR 1 44 44 44 0