Who Won the 1950
NFL Rushing Leaders

Marion Motley (810 yds)

Cleveland Browns

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Dave Motts ends 45-year career at Pro Football Hall of Fame

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His favorite Hall of Famer might be a neighbor, Marion Motley, the former McKinley Bulldogs and Cleveland Browns standout who died in 1999. Some historians regard Motley, a running back and linebacker, as the greatest football player. "Marion would ...

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Giants Involved In QB Helmet Communications Controversy – Again

Dawgs By Nature
Wide receiver Mac Speedie had been signed away with Saskatchewan of the Canadian Football League while future Hall of Famer Marion Motley had been dealt to Pittsburgh. The key blow was the loss of Graham who was named NFL Player of the Year in ...

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Stark's Famous: Marion Motley

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• Helped open Fawcett Stadium in 1938, scoring 17 touchdowns that season, including the "Motley Dribble," in which he went off right tackle for 25 yards, dropped the ball and scooped it back up on a bounce at full speed and ran the remaining 25 yards ...

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Are there any jersey-worthy Browns?

New Philadelphia Times Reporter
Of course, Browns fans from the generations before me had an endless supply of gridiron gods to honor, including Hall of Famers like Jim Brown, Otto Graham, Marion Motley, Dante Lavelli, Lou "The Toe" Groza, Bill Willis, and Leroy Kelly. But since the ...

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