- Orville Tuttle
Orville Tuttle Position(s)
Born September 18, 1912
Career information Year(s) 1937–1949 College Oklahoma City University Professional teams
- New York Giants (1937-1946)
Career stats Games played 60 Games started 42 - - Stats at NFL.com Career highlights and awards
- 2 × Pro Bowl selection (1938, 1939)
James Orville Tuttle (born September 18, 1912 in Licking, Missouri) was a professional American football Guard for six seasons for the New York Giants in the National Football League. He played college football at Oklahoma City University.
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Head Coach Steve Owen
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