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Jack Snow
Date of birth: January 25, 1943(1943-01-25)
Place of birth: Rock Springs, Wyoming
Date of death: January 9, 2006 (age 62)
Career information
Position(s): Wide receiver
Jersey №: 84
College: Notre Dame
NFL Draft: 1965 / Round: 1 / Pick 8
 As player:
1965–1975 Los Angeles Rams
Career highlights and awards
Pro Bowls: 1967
Playing stats at

Jack Thomas Snow (January 25, 1943–January 9, 2006) was an American football player who played wide receiver at the University of Notre Dame from 1962 through 1964 and with the Los Angeles Rams of the NFL from 1965 to 1975.





Born in Rock Springs, Wyoming, Snow was recruited by Notre Dame from St. Anthony College Prep High School in Long Beach, California. In his senior year at Notre Dame, he was a consensus All-American and finished fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1964. The Heisman winner that year was Notre Dame's quarterback, John Huarte.

NFL career

The Minnesota Vikings selected Snow in the first round (he was the number 8 pick overall) in the 1965 NFL Draft but traded him to the Rams before the 1965 season began. During his career he made the Pro Bowl once, in 1967, but did not appear in the game. During that season he had averaged a career-high 26.3 yards per reception, with eight touchdowns. Despite that being his sole selection, his best season was perhaps 1970, when he and 1969 NFL MVP Roman Gabriel combined for 51 receptions totaling 859 yards and seven touchdowns. He finished his professional career with 340 receptions and 45 touchdowns; his 6012 career receiving yards ranked 30th in NFL history.

Acting and broadcasting career

Snow appeared as himself in the 1969 episode "Samantha's Shopping Spree" of the television series Bewitched, and also played Cassidy in the comedy Heaven Can Wait.

After his retirement, he became a broadcaster with the Rams starting in 1992. He continued with that job until his death.


Snow developed a staph infection in November 2005 and died at age 62 as a result of complications arising from the infection. He is buried at All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach, California.


Snow's son is former Major League Baseball player J.T. Snow. After the senior Snow's death, the junior Snow changed his uniform number in his father's memory.

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