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January 02, 1956 | Robert Creamer
SANDOR IHAROSRUNNER OF YEAR
September 05, 1955
Since joining the NFL in 1950 the Cleveland Browns have never finished worse than first in the Eastern division (or Conference, as it is now called). Last year—the first in Coach Paul Brown's major rejuvenation...
August 29, 1955
Swaps's handy victory in the American Derby sent his match race odds in the Caliente future book down to 2 to 5 (i.e., a return of only $2 for every $5 wagered), placed Nashua at 9 to 5. Caliente's opening line in...
January 03, 1955 | Martin Kane
Flashing through his last league game, Otto Graham of the Cleveland Browns beats a jinx and the Detroit Lions for the league title, then retires to the quiet life of a salesman
The Question: Otto Graham of the Cleveland Browns wrote in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED in October that football is getting too vicious. O
December 13, 1954 | Jimmy Jemail
EARLE (GREASY) NEALE, New York, N.Y.Former coach"Yes. The 'pile-up' is where most players are injured. It's intentional and can be avoided. That's vicious football. Officials don't call this as often as they call...