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"A big thing in pro football is emotion. You’ve got to go out and play with a tear in your eye. I never went on a football field when I didn’t think we would win.”
(Kansas)...6'4'', 246...Michael Joseph McCormack, Jr ... Drafted by 1951 New York Yanks ... Played in first of six Pro Bowls as a rookie ... In U.S. Army, 1952-1953 ... Traded to Browns in 15-player deal while in service ... Played defensive middle guard, 1954 Browns ... Stole ball to set up key Browns TD, 1954 NFL title game ... Excelled as offensive right tackle for eight years, 1955-1962 ... Equally adept as rushing blocker, pass protector ... Born June 21, 1930, in Chicago, Illinois ... Died November 15, 2013, at age of 83.
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Posted on 19 Feb
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