At Washington State University, Keith Lincoln
was an all-around player and the school's career rushing leader. He maintained his versatility after being drafted by the San Diego Chargers
in 1961. In 1963 he led the team in rushing, punt return and kickoff return yards. In the 1964 American Football League
Championship game, he accounted for 349 yards of total offense as the Chargers defeated the Boston Patriots 51-10.
A two-time All-American Football League selection, Lincoln produced unforgettable plays virtually every season. In 1961 he caught a record-setting 91 yard TD pass; in 1962, he ran a kickoff back for a Chargers' record 103 yards. 1963 AFL All-Star Game Most Valuable Player. A member of the American Football League Hall of Fame.