Tony Canadeo was known as the Gray Ghost at Gonzaga University because of his prematurely gray hair and spectacular running. Green Bay Packers' fans saw plenty of "The Ghost" during his years with the Green and Gold.
Canadeo accounted for 8,211 total yards in offense in his years with the Packers. He was a triple threat and more, rushing, receiving, passing, returning kicks and punts. Canadeo averaged 5.8 yards every time he touched the ball, and that statistic includes incomplete passes. His biggest season was 1940, when he rushed for 1,052 yards on 208 carries - after starting the season with a broken wrist.