American Football League president, Milt Woodward, seated left, poses on May 24, 1967 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City after it was announced Cincinnati would be awarded the 10th franchise in the AFL and would begin play in the 1968 season. With him are: Pete Rozelle, seated center, pro football commissioner; Ohio Governor James Rhodes, seated right; Myron B. Bush, left-rear, Cincinnati city councilman and Eugene Ruehlmann, Cincinnati vice mayor.
American Football League president, Milt Woodward, seated left, poses on May 24, 1967 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City after it was announced Cincinnati would be awarded the 10th franchise in the AFL and would begin play in the 1968 season. With him are: Pete Rozelle, seated center, pro football commissioner; Ohio Governor James Rhodes, seated right; Myron B. Bush, left-rear, Cincinnati city councilman and Eugene Ruehlmann, Cincinnati vice mayor. Jacob Harris AP file, 1967
American Football League president, Milt Woodward, seated left, poses on May 24, 1967 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City after it was announced Cincinnati would be awarded the 10th franchise in the AFL and would begin play in the 1968 season. With him are: Pete Rozelle, seated center, pro football commissioner; Ohio Governor James Rhodes, seated right; Myron B. Bush, left-rear, Cincinnati city councilman and Eugene Ruehlmann, Cincinnati vice mayor. Jacob Harris AP file, 1967

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