The Cleveland Browns traded for Mike McCormack during the 1953 season.
In his first season in Cleveland, McCormack was asked to fill the middle guard position that had been vacated by the retiring Bill Willis on the defensive unit.
McCormack quickly became an important factor on an excellent Cleveland defensive team.
Mike switched from defensive guard to offensive tackle and played that position for eight years.
McCormack played in 119 games during his 10 years in the NFL.
McCormack played in six Pro Bowls.
McCormack served as the Seattle Seahawks president and general manager from 1982-88.
Mike McCormack's Hall of Fame mural.
Mike McCormack's Hall of Fame bust.
McCormack during his enshrinement in 1984.