Don Shula's 347 wins as a coach in the NFL are the most in history. SportsCentury: Don Shula airs Wednesday at 4 pm ET.
Robert "Texas Bob" Smith, a running back who helped the Detroit Lions win the 1953 NFL championship, died following a brief illness. He was 74.
Hall of Fame Cleveland Browns quarterback Otto Graham died on December 17, 2003.
Hall of Fame Cleveland Browns quarterback Otto Graham has died, the team announced Wednesday evening.
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Lyle Alzado was a star defensive end in the NFL and became a symbol of the dangers of steroid abuse.
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Bart Starr was the winner of the first two Super Bowl MVP Awards. SportsCentury: Bart Starr airs Tuesday at 4:30 pm ET.
Joe DeLamielleure played offensive guard for the Bills and Browns.
In 15 seasons, Hank Stram coached the Chiefs franchise to three AFL titles and two Super Bowl appearances.
Bios for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2003.
Former Cleveland Browns linebacker Eddie Johnson, who was known as "The Assassin" because of his hard tackles, died Jan. 21 after a two-year battle with colon cancer. He was 43.
Billionaire Al Lerner, who used his wealth from banking, real estate and credit-card giant MBNA Corp. to buy the Cleveland Browns, died Oct. 23. He was 69.
Former Colts great Johnny Unitas, one of the top quarterbacks of all time, died Sept. 11 of a heart attack at the age of 69.
Cliff Lewis, the first quarterback of the Cleveland Browns and an insurance executive for the New York Yankees, died Thursday afternoon at his home following a long illness. He was 79.
Creighton Miller, a former Notre Dame halfback and member of the College Football Hall of Fame, died at his apartment in this Cleveland suburb. He was 79.