For which NFL team did legendary quarterback Johnny Unitas play for the most of his career?
It was actually the Pittsburgh Steelers who drafted Unitas in the ninth round of the 1955 NFL Draft, but he was released even before the season began. He worked briefly in construction to support his family before being picked-up by the Baltimore Colts the next year. He became the starter after George Shaw (who co-incidentally was the no.1 overall pick in the same draft class as Unitas) broke his leg.
And the rest was history, he played for the Colts for 17 years, setting numerous records, including a 47-game streak with a touchdown pass; winning three NFL Championships, and Super Bowl V; and being awarded the MVP 3-times.