Marion Motley's Career Capsule

Full name: Marion Motley

Birthdate: June 5, 1920

Birthplace: Leesburg, Georgia

Died: June 27, 1999 in Cleveland, Ohio

High School: McKinley (Canton, OH)

Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 3, 1968

Presenter: Bill Willis, former Cleveland Browns teammate

Other Members of the Class of 1968: Cliff Battles, Art Donovan, Elroy Hirsch, Wayne Millner, Charley Trippi, Alex Wojciechowicz

Pro Career: 9 Seasons, 106 Games

Drafted: Not drafted. Signed as a free agent with Cleveland Browns in 1946.

Transactions: Sept. 7, 1955 – Motley traded by Cleveland Browns to Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for fullback Ed Modzelewski.

Uniform Number: #76 (also wore #36 for a brief period of his career).



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