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(Michigan)...6'4'', 245...Leonard Guy Ford, Jr. . .Caught 67 passes as two-way end with Dons, 1948-1949. . .After AAFC folded, Browns converted him to full-time defensive end, altered defenses to take advantage of his exceptional pass-rushing skills. . . Overcame serious injuries in 1950 to earn All-NFL honors five times, 1951-1955. . .Played in four Pro Bowls. . .Recovered 20 opponents' fumbles in career. . . Born February 18, 1926, in Washington, D.C.. . .Died March 14, 1972, at age of 46.
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