The Browns announced they will unveil a statue of former QB Otto Graham outside of FirstEnergy Stadium Saturday. Check out some photos from his playing days
Otto Graham ended his career with the Cleveland Browns in 1955 as one of the winningest quarterbacks in pro football history.
The achievements of Graham have not been forgotten. He was selected to the NFL's All-Time team Friday as a top 10 quarterback from the 100-year history of the league.
Graham led the Browns to the league championship game in each of his 10 seasons in Cleveland. From 1946-1949, Graham quarterbacked the Browns to four league titles in the All-America Football Conference before winning three NFL championships in six title game appearances from 1950-1955.
The 1965 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee retired with a 57-13-1 record, 23,584 passing yards — second-most in franchise history — and 174 touchdowns, the most ever by a Browns quarterback. He was a five-time all-league pick and was selected to six Pro Bowls.
The Browns honored the late Graham at the start of the 2019 season with the unveiling of a statue outside of FirstEnergy Stadium.
Graham joins Paul Warfield, Jim Brown and Marion Motley as former Browns players on the 100-player All-Time team. Legendary coach Paul Brown and former coach Bill Belichick were also the first two of 10 coaches named to the team.
The Browns unveiled a statue of quarterback Otto Graham today at FirstEnergy Stadium. Check out photos of the ceremony by team photographer Matt Starkey