Richard "Dick" Lane was born April 16, 1927.
Lane, nicknamed "Night Train", was one of the top defensive backs on his era, playing from 1952-1965. He set the NFL single-season record for interceptions with 14 in his rookie season.
He was a seven-time Pro Bowler with the Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions.
Not a bad career for a man who showed up at Rams training camp because he didn't like his job at an aircraft factory.