The Cleveland Browns will two new members into the team’s Legends club this fall when they induct running back Ernie Green and defensive back Clarence Scott.
We have to admit we really don’t know much about Green, who played for the Browns from 1962 to 1968, but he was a starter on the 1964 championship team, still the last title team in town, and finished his career as the franchise’s seventh-leading rusher with 3,204 yards and has the third-best yards per carry average at 4.8 for his career. He made the Pro Bowl following the 1966 and 1967 seasons.
Green played halfback next to Hall of Famer Jim Brown and fullback next to Hall of Famer Leroy Kelly. That’s pretty good company.
“(Being selected is) a validation of the skills that I thought I had and had begun to wonder if they were as good as they needed to be,” Green told The Plain Dealer. “It suggests, well, you did a few things right, and I feel quite good about that.”
Scott is third on the Browns’ all-time interception list with 39. One of the biggest of his career came in a 1980 game against Houston when he picked off Oilers quarterback Ken Stabler with 1:17 left in the game (one of five turnovers the Browns forced on the day) and Cleveland holding on to a 17-14 lead. The win gave the Kardiac Kids sole possession of first place and helped them go on to win the AFC Central Division title.
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