Hall of Famer Marion Motley paved the way for millions of athletes by breaking through pro football’s race barrier in 1946, one year before Jackie Robinson signed with baseball’s Brooklyn Dodgers. His legacy continues to live on and positively impact lives across the country.
The Cleveland Browns Foundation is offering two scholarships, named in honor of Motley, to students whose long-term career goal includes working in education or for a professional sports organization.
The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship is a renewable scholarship in the amount of $2,500 per year for four years. All eligible students must be graduating high school in 2017.
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