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Larry Brown (running back)
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Football Player
    (September 19, 1947- )
    Born in Clairton, Pennsylvania
    Attended Kansas State University
    Drafted 191st overall by the Washington Redskins in the 1969 NFL Draft
    Running back for the Washington Redskins (1969-1976)
    NFL MVP (1972)
    NFL Offensive Player of the Year (1972)
    Four Pro Bowl selections (1969-1972)
    Won the Bert Bell Award (1972)
    He shares his name with a defensive back and an NBA coach.
    He originally wanted to be a baseball player but he opted to play football instead.
    He took the Redskins to Super Bowl VII, only to be defeated by the 'perfect season' Miami Dolphins.
    He frequently fumbled the ball.
    He was injury prone, which cut short his playing career.
    He had to wear a hearing aid because he was deaf in his right ear.
    His helmet with one ear piece helped out his responsiveness.
    He had great running ability.
    He reached over 1,000 yards in a season, becoming the first running back in Redskins history to do so.
    He was the 1973 NFL leader for touchdowns with 14.
    He was listed as one of the 70 Greatest Redskins in honor of the Redskins' 70th anniversary (2002).

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