Lance Mehl

Lance Mehl

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Lance Alan Mehl (born February 14, 1958 in Bellaire, Ohio) is a former professional American football player. He played 8 seasons for the New York Jets of the National Football League from 1980-1987. He was an All-American at Penn State University.

He was selected by the Jets in the 3rd round (#69 overall) of the 1980 NFL Draft. He was named to the Pro Bowl in (1985).

Mehl was the leading tackler for the unbeaten 1978 Nittany Lion team. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Arts Education from Penn State University in 1980.

Mehl was a three-sport team captain at Bellaire High School in Bellaire, Ohio in football, baseball, and basketball.Today, Mehl works with troubled youth in hopes of leading them away from a discouraging future. He is the father of four sons: Lance, Lucas, Logan, and Layne.

According to Lance Mehl's 1984 Topps football card #153 Lance was the Jets leading interceptor in 1983. Lance is perhaps the club's most consistent defensive player. Recorded 10 tackles in 44-17 playoff win at Cincinnati Jan-9th-1983 As a bit of "Did You Know" the card saids "Lance once worked in the coal mines of Ohio"

Lance Mehl wore the number #56 while playing for the New York Jets

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