Jim BrownBorn: Feb. 17, 1936
All-America at Syracuse (1956) and NFL Rookie of Year (1957); led NFL in rushing 8 times; 8-time All-Pro (1957-61,63-65); 3-time MVP (1958,63,65) with Cleveland; ran for 12,312 yards and scored 126 touchdowns in just 9 seasons; served 4 months of a 6-month jail sentence in 2002 after he was convicted of vandalizing his wife's car during a domestic dispute and refused court-ordered counseling.
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