Legendary NFL Quarterback Died Monday Night.

Pro Bowl quarterback Joe Kapp died last week. 85 years. 

J.J. Kapp told The San Francisco Chronicle that his father died after a 15-year dementia struggle. 

Kapp led Cal to a 1958 Rose Bowl. Washington picked him 18th in the 1959 NFL Draft.

Kapp's career peaked in Minnesota. He guided the Vikings to a 1969 NFL title.

Kapp threw 5,911 yards, 40 touchdowns, and 64 interceptions in 51 games. He tied the game record with seven throwing touchdowns.

Kapp played for Calgary Stampeders, BC Lions, and Boston Patriots.

Kapp is in the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, BC Sports Hall, and University of California Athletic Hall.

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