Joe Scibelli

Joseph Albert Scibelli (April 19, 1939 in Springfield, Massachusetts – December 12, 1991 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a former American football tackle and guard who played fifteen seasons in the National Football League with the Los Angeles Rams.

He helped the Rams win the 1967 and 1969 NFC Coastal Division and the 1973-75 NFC West.

During his tenure with the Rams they led the NFL in scoring in 1967 and 1973, total yards gained in 1973 and the NFC in yards rushing in 1973.

He died in 1991 of cancer at the New England Baptist Hospital.

1973 AP NFL All-Pro Team
  • Offense: QB John Hadl
  • QB Fran Tarkenton
  • RB O. J. Simpson
  • RB Larry Csonka
  • RB Calvin Hill
  • RB John Brockington
  • WR Harold Jackson
  • WR Harold Carmichael
  • WR Paul Warfield
  • WR John Gilliam
  • TE Charle Young
  • TE Riley Odoms

  • OT Ron Yary
  • OT Rayfield Wright
  • OT George Kunz
  • OT Art Shell
  • G Larry Little
  • G Reggie McKenzie
  • G Tom Mack
  • G Joe Scibelli
  • C Forrest Blue
  • C Bob Johnson

  • Defense: DE Claude Humphrey
  • DE Bill Stanfill
  • DE Carl Eller
  • DT Joe Greene
  • DT Alan Page
  • DT Mike Reid
  • OLB Chris Hanburger
  • OLB Dave Wilcox
  • OLB Isiah Robertson
  • MLB Lee Roy Jordan
  • MLB Willie Lanier
  • CB Willie Brown
  • CB Mel Renfro
  • CB Robert James
  • S Dick Anderson
  • S Jake Scott
  • S Bill Bradley
  • S Mike Wagner

  • Special Teams P Ray Guy
  • PK Garo Yepremian
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Name Scibelli, Joe
Alternative names
Short description American football player
Date of birth April 19, 1939
Place of birth Springfield, Massachusetts
Date of death December 11, 1991
Place of death Boston, Massachusetts


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St. Louis Rams Awards - Ye Olde Rams Awards - Outstanding Lineman
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