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"I was as big as the linemen I ran against, so I didn’t worry about them. And once I ran over a back twice, I didn’t have to run over him a third time. He had reservations by then.”
(South Carolina State)...6'1'', 232...Marion Motley. . .Deadly pass blocker, peerless runner on Browns' famed trap play. . .Also played linebacker early in career. . .All-time AAFC rushing champ. . .Top NFL rusher, 1950. . .All-AAFC four years, All-NFL in 1950. . .Lifetime rushing: 828 carriers, 4,720 yards. . .5.7-yard career average all-time record. . .Caught 85 passes, scored 234 points in nine years. . .Played in 1951 Pro Bowl. . .Born June 5, 1920, in Leesburg, Georgia. . . Died June 27, 1999, at age of 79.
World War II claimed the lives of 23 NFL men – 21 active or former players, a former head coach and a team executive.
Posted on 26 May
#OTD in 1995 the movie Casper was released in cinemas. HOF TE & @RAIDERS great Dave Casper sported the nickname of… https://t.co/i5TiWLtZ5g