Y.A. Tittle

Oct 24, 1926 – Oct 8, 2017 (Age 90)


Y.A. Tittle, the Hall of Fame quarterback and 1963 NFL Most Valuable Player, has died, according to The Associated Press. He was 90. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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There was only one, "Bald Eagle", who served as a Role Model for a Generation of American Kids... God Bless You, Y.A. RIP

WOW...........I'ts hard to believe the passing of Y. A. Tittle. I was born and raised in Massachusetts and was a true follower of Y.A. and the Giants at that time. As a child growing up I wanted to change my name to Y.A. but my mom said no. To this day that is one thing I regret not doing. I actually Love and respected him so very much. As a Patriots fan today and a fan of Tom Brady, to this day, I consider Y. A. the G.O.A.T. I have so many great memories and memorabilia of this man, I'll...

Joe Flynn, native San Franciscan, long time YA fan, always angry at the 49ers for having traded YA, but happy for his successes in New York.Not a greater gentleman in the NFL,EVER!

My condolences to the family and friends of QB Y. A. Tittle, a huge loss in the world of not just football, but sports in general. He was a talented sports legend, and will be missed. May he rest in peace.

I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family for their loss of a talented man. I hope you find comfort and help in God during this time of sorrow.

Truly sorry to hear about the loss of Tittle. May his friends and family draw close to the God of all comfort and he will draw close to you.

Y.A. was to me the finest and best football player bar none...may he rest in peace and may you find comfort in the memories you have of a life well lived
Cissy Becker (Waycross, Ga.)

To the Tittle family: May all your memories of Y.A provide you with comfort in this time of sadness. Y.A. truly lived, like the movie, a Wonderful Life.

With Y.A.'s passing, the fabric of 1950's-60's football history takes another sad turn. Y.A. was one my childhood heroes while growing up in Massachusetts in the 1960's. The NY Giants were broadcast in our area back then, since the Patriots didn't exist yet. Y.A. was always exciting, marvelous, very cerebral, and those...