Paul Warfield was a first-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 1964.
During Warfield's first six years with the Browns, the team played in five conference championships, as well as the 1964 championship game.
As a rookie, Warfield caught a career-high 52 passes.
Warfield's 20.1 yards-per-catch mark ranks among the best in the history of the game.
Paul played in Cleveland six seasons before going to the Miami Dolphins in a blockbuster trade in 1970.
Warfield helped the 1972 Dolphins go undefeated.
Warfield was a six-time All-NFL choice who was elected to eight Pro Bowls.
Warfield hauled in 427 passes for 8,565 yards and 85 touchdowns during his career.
Defenses often found it necessary to double cover Paul because of his blazing speed, elusive moves, and great leaping ability.
Warfield with his presenter Gene Slaughter during his Enshrinement.
Warfield's Hall of Fame Mural.
Warfield's Hall of Fame Bust.