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Browns Pro Bowl Selections
The Pro Bowl is the NFL's version of the All-Star game. It is played one week after the Super Bowl. The first "all star" game for professional football was played in 1898 between the Western PA All-Stars and the Duquense (Pittsburgh) Country and Athletic Club. Even though this game was not a money maker, others like it continued unitl the 1950 season, when the first NFL Pro Bowl was played on January 4, 1951. The game found a permenant home in Honolulu, HI after the 1980 season.
Pro Bowlers By Year
Year Total Players
1950
7
Tony Adamle, Otto Graham, Lou Groza, Weldon Humble, Marion Motley, Mac Speedie, Bill Willis
1951
8
Tony Adamle, Ken Carpenter, Len Ford, Lou Groza, Otto Graham, Dub Jones, Dante Lavelli, Bill Willis
1952
6
Len Ford, Abe Gibron, Horace Gillom, Otto Graham, Lou Groza, Bill Willis
1953
8
Len Ford, Abe Gibron, Otto Graham, Lou Groza, Harry Jagade, Tommy James, Dante Lavelli, Ray Renfro
1954
7
Don Colo, Len Ford, Frank Gatski, Abe Gibron, Otto Graham, Lou Groza, Dante Lavelli
1955
6
Pete Brewster, Don Colo, Abe Gibron, Lou Groza, Ken Konz, Fred Morrison
1956
4
Pete Brewster, Mike McCormack, Walt Michaels, Don Paul
1957
7
Jim Brown, Bob Gain, Lou Groza, Mike McCormack, Walt Michaels, Don Paul, Ray Renfro
1958
7
Jim Brown, Don Colo, Bob Gain, Lou Groza, Walt Michaels, Don Paul, Jim Ray Smith
1959
6
Jim Brown, Bob Gain, Lou Groza, Art Hunter, Walt Michaels, Jim Ray Smith
1960
7
Jim Brown, Mike McCormack, Bobby Mitchell, Bernie Parrish, Milt Plum, Ray Renfro, Jim Ray Smith
1961
6
Jim Brown, Bob Gain, Mike McCormack, John Morrow, Milt Plum, Jim Ray Smith
1962
6
Jim Brown, Galen Fiss, Bob Gain, Bill Glass, Mike McCormack, Jim Ray Smith
1963
6
Jim Brown, Galen Fiss, Bill Glass, John Morrow, Bernie Parrish, Dick Schafrath
1964
7
Jim Brown, Bill Glass, Jim Houston, Dick Modzelewski, Frank Ryan, Dick Shafrath, Paul Warfield
1965
8
Jim Brown, Gary Collins, Gene Hickerson, Jim Houston, Frank Ryan, Dick Shafrath, Paul Wiggin, John Wooten
1966
8
Johnny Brewer, Gary Collins, Ernie Green, Gene Hickerson, Leroy Kelly, Frank Ryan, Dick Shafrath, John Wooten
1967
8
Bill Glass, Ernie Green, Gene Hickerson, Walter Johnson, Leroy Kelly, Milt Morin, DIck Schafrath, Paul Wiggin
1968
8
Erich Barnes, Gene Hickerson, Walter Johnson, Ernie Kellerman, Leroy Kelly, Milt Morin, Dick Schafrath, Paul Warfield
1969
8
Jack Gregory, Gene Hickerson, Fred Hoaglin, Jim Houston, Walter Johnson, Leroy Kelly, Bill Nelsen, Paul Warfield
1970
3
Gene Hickerson, Jim Houston, Leroy Kelly
1971
2
Leroy Kelly, Milt Morin
1972
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1973
3
Greg Pruitt, Clarence Scott, Jerry Sherk
1974
2
Greg Pruitt, Jerry Sherk
1975
1
Jerry Sherk
1976
2
Greg Pruitt, Jerry Sherk
1977
1
Greg Pruitt
1978
1
Thom Darden
1979
2
Tom DeLone, Mike Pruitt
1980
5
Joe DeLamielleure, Tom Delone, Doug Dieken, Mike Pruitt, Brian Sipe
1981
1
Ozzie Newsome
1982
1
Chip Banks
1983
1
Chip Banks
1984
1
Ozzie Newsome
1985
5
Chip Banks, Bob Golic, Kevin Mack, Clay Matthews, Ozzie Newsome
1986
5
Chip Banks, Hanford Dixon, Bob Golic, Frank Minnifield, Cody Risien
1987
8
Hanford Dixon, Bob Golic, Bernie Kosar, Kevin Mack, Clay Matthews, Gerald McNeil, Frank Minnifield, Cody Risien
1988
3
Hanford Dixon, Clay Matthews, Frank Minnifield
1989
5
Mike Johnson, Clay Matthews, Frank Minnifield, Michael Dean Perry, Webster Slaughter
1990
2
Mike Johnson, Michael Dean Perry
1991
1
Michael Dean Perry
1992
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1993
2
Eric Metcalf, Michael Dean Perry
1994
6
Rob Burnett, Leroy Hoard, Pepper Johnson, Eric Metcalf, Michael Dean Perry, Eric Turner
1995
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1999
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2000
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Years with the Most Players
#
Years
8
51, 53, 65-69, 87
7
50, 54, 57, 58, 60, 64
6
52, 55, 59, 61, 62, 63, 94
Years with the Fewest Players
0 72, 92, 99, 2000
1 75, 77, 78, 81-84, 91

 

Players with the Most Appearances
9 Jim Brown, Lou Groza
6 Gene Hickerson, Leroy Kelly, Dick Schafrath
5 Otto Graham, Bob Gain, Mike McCormack, Jim Ray Smith, Michael Dean Perry
4 Abe Gibron, Walt Michaels, Bill Glass, Jerry Sherk, Greg Pruitt, Chip Banks, Clay Matthews, Frank Minnifield

Cleveland All-Pro Selections

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