Remembering four pioneers who broke the NFL's color barrier

Bill Willis, Marion Motley, Kenny Washington and Woody Strode are not to be forgotten. They're four pioneers who helped break the NFL's color barrier

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(Marion Motley cover photo, Bill Willis photo courtesy of the Cleveland Browns)

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Because it’s still February, it’s still Black History Month … which means it’s not too late to honor the pioneers who broke the NFL’s color barrier.

Pro Football Journal’s John Turney profiled four African-Americans who led the charge, including Hall-of-Famers Bill Willis and Marion Motley of the Cleveland Browns. Though many today don’t remember them, they cannot … and will not … be forgotten for what making it possible for generations of African Americans after them to participate in the NFL.

For more, please go to: http://nflfootballjournal.blogspot.com/2016/02/four-men-who-broke-nfl-color-barrior.html

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