Who was the quarterback for the Cleveland Browns in the 1960s?

Who was the quarterback for the Cleveland Browns in the 1960s?

Starters per season

Season(s) Quarterback(s)
1959 Milt Plum (12)
1960 Milt Plum (12)
1961 Milt Plum (13) / Len Dawson (1)
1962 Jim Ninowski (7) / Frank Ryan (7)

What famous player joined the Browns in 1957?

He played as a fullback for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL) from 1957 through 1965….Jim Brown.

No. 32
NFL Draft: 1957 / Round: 1 / Pick: 6
Career history
Cleveland Browns (1957–1965)
Career highlights and awards

Who was the best quarterback the Cleveland Browns ever had?

Otto Graham is the most famous, most dominant, winningest, and flat-out best QB in the history of the Cleveland Browns.

Who was the Cleveland Browns quarterback in 1962?

Jim Ninowski

Pos Player Age
QB Jim Ninowski 26
HB Tommy Wilson 30
FB Jim Brown* 26
FL Ray Renfro 33

Who did Baker Mayfield replace?

Tyrod Taylor
2018 season Mayfield played in his first NFL game in Week 3 against the New York Jets, replacing an injured Tyrod Taylor with the Browns down 14–0.

What was Jim Brown’s 40 yard dash time?

Legend has it in 1958, he ran a 4.5-second 40-yard dash wearing pads and starting from a three-point stance….NFL 100: At No. 2, unstoppable force Jim Brown was ‘fast as the fastest, hard as the hardest’

Player Jim Brown
Rushing yards/game ▼ 104.3
Career rushing yards 12,312
Rushing yards/carry 5.2

Which quarterback has the most wins at Browns Stadium?

PITTSBURGH — Ben Roethlisberger might dress in a Pittsburgh Steelers uniform, but until last season, he held the record for the winningest quarterback at FirstEnergy Stadium – home of the Cleveland Browns.

Who owned the Cleveland Browns in 1962?

Art Modell (1962-1995) If moving the team to Baltimore was his only sin, it would still earn him the worst spot on this list. Unfortunately for Browns fans, it wasn’t.