The oldest living retired NFL player is Charlie Trippi. Born on December 14, 1921 in Pittston, Pennsylvania, Trippi is a former American football player who played as a halfback and defensive back for the Chicago Cardinals from 1947 to 1955. Trippi was a key player for the Cardinals during his time with the team, helping them win the 1947 NFL Championship, and was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
Throughout his career, Trippi was known for his versatility and versatility, excelling at both offense and defense. On offense, he was known for his speed and agility, often taking handoffs and running past defenders for big gains. On defense, he was known for his quick reflexes and ability to intercept passes, making him a valuable asset to the Cardinals' defense.
After retiring from the NFL in 1955, Trippi went on to become a successful businessman, founding several companies and investing in real estate. Despite his success off the field, he is still remembered as one of the NFL's greatest players of all time and is often cited as one of the top 100 players in NFL history.
Trippi's longevity is a testament to his good health and active lifestyle, and he remains an inspiration to people of all ages who are looking to live a long and healthy life. Despite being over 100 years old, Trippi continues to enjoy life and stay active, remaining a beloved figure in the world of NFL football.