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RIP Mr. Brown, and condolences to his family. Brown was in the 1970 film M*A*S*H as Dr. Oliver Jones and in the first season of the popular TV series based. Brown set a NFL record with a 105-yard kick return for a touchdown (which remained the longest in Eagles history until Josh Huff had a 107-yard return in 2014) that season.
Packers also gave the Eagles Jim Ringo, well before he was finished. Brown became the first NFL player with two kick returns for touchdowns in the same game when he ran two scores back for the Eagles in a Nov. 6, 1966 win against the. He overcame many obstacles in his life to enjoy success both as an athlete and as an entertainer," Eagles' Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie said in a press release. A native of Indiana, Brown was living in Southern California with his son Sean at … Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. He took a nasty hit versus the Cowboys in the mid-60s and was never the same after that, but it’s what really sparked the rivalry between the two teams…at least on the Philly side. Brown, who was 82, played running back and returned kicks for the Eagles from 1960 until 1967. He led the NFL with 811 return yards, averaging 28.0 yards per return. He was 82.
Condolences to his family. Love to his family. Lombardi said the worst cut he ever made was when he released Tim Brown after one game. We never forgave the Cowboys for that one. Covering the impact of coronavirus on the sports world. He also played Captain Oliver Harmon “Spearchucker” Jones in 6 season 1 episodes of M*A*SH as well as Cpl. The nine-year NFL veteran was inducted into the Eagles Hall of Fame in 1996. Brown ranks sixth in Eagles history with 62 career touchdowns. wow RIP I remember him he was a good one! Brown was named to the Eagles' 75th Anniversary Team in 2007 and a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame 1960s All-Decade Team.
Register now! He overcame many obstacles in his life to enjoy success both as an athlete and as an entertainer," Eagles chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie said in a news release. Brown was 82 … Brown opened his career with the Packers in 1959, but only lasted one game in a backfield that also included Paul Hornung and Jim Taylor. Yannick Ngakoue on the move again, from Vikings to Ravens, Mike McCarthy on unnamed players’ criticism: It’s important to handle things as men, Joe Buck, Troy Aikman take heat for comments on flyovers, Report: Antonio Brown, Bucs agree to a one-year deal. How Browns replace OBJ, will Baker be more efficient? Steelers' offense stands out in win over Titans, Harrison: Patriots seem lost after defeat to 49ers, Rivera apologizes to McCarthy after Dalton hit, Enter your zip code to find NBCSN near you. Brown finished his Eagles career with 7,049 all-purpose yards (3,703 rushing, 3,346 receiving) and 55 touchdowns. Timothy Brown, an NFL star-turned-actor, has died. Probably cost them the NFL tittle in 1960 and 1963. https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/11/us/timothy-brown-dead-nfl-mash-trnd Timmy Brown, a Philadelphia Eagles great who was part of their 1960 championship team and made the team's Hall of Fame, died on Saturday at 82, the team confirmed in … May he RIP.