Otto Graham was approached by Paul Brown to join the Cleveland Browns in the new AAFC league. His passing abilities and leadership skills helped keep the Cleveland Browns at the top of the standings for 10 years.
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Born in Lucca, Italy, Leo Nomellini dominated on both offense and defense. He was a professional wrestler in the off-season and often brought elements of that sport into football. Learn more about Hall of Famer Leo Nomellini.
Don Hutson set an NFL career record with 99 touchdown catches -- still a sensational mark. He retired in 1945 with 488 receptions, which was 200 more than any other player had. Learn more about Football Hall of Fame receiver Don Hutson.