Lee Calland
No. 23, 22, 44
Born: (1941-09-14) September 14, 1941 (age 80)
Louisville, Kentucky
Career information
Position(s)Cornerback
CollegeLouisville
NFL draft1963 / Round: undrafted free agent
Career history
As player
1963–1965Minnesota Vikings
1966–1968Atlanta Falcons
1969Chicago Bears
1969–1972Pittsburgh Steelers

Lee Calland (born September 14, 1941, in Louisville, Kentucky) is a former football player, a defensive back for ten seasons in the NFL. In 1968, his last of three years with the Atlanta Falcons, he helped seal the victory with an interception off Fran Tarkenton of the New York Giants late in the 4th quarter, one of only 2 victories for the Falcons all season, losing 12, in their 3rd year of existence. Out of the University of Louisville was the first rookie to ever start at the position of cornerback in the NFL when he joined the Minnesota Vikings in 1963. In 1963 made all-rookie team.

Personal life

Calland currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.