Cookie Cunningham

Harold Brewer "Cookie" Cunningham (February 4, 1905 - November 3, 1995) was an American professional football player, basketball player, and basketball coach.

A two-sport athlete at Ohio State University, he started playing both football and basketball on the professional level in 1926. He started his professional football career by playing end for the Cleveland Panthers of the first American Football League. After the folding of the AFL, he played the same position for the Cleveland Bulldogs (1927), Chicago Bears (1929), and the Staten Island Stapletons (1931) of the National Football League. In the same five-year span, Cunningham also played center for the Cleveland Rosenblums (American Basketball League) and the Toledo Red Men (National Basketball League).

Coaching career

Subsequently he became a baseball coach, first on the collegiate level before becoming a player-coach in the National Basketball League (Columbus Athletic Supply, 1937–1938). He subsequently returned to the college ranks, coaching for Washington and Lee University (1939–1942) and the University of North Dakota (1946–1948).

External links

  • Football statistics



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