1. Paul Brown can be an acting professional, known for The Honkers.
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2. Paul Brown had the Bengals in the playoffs by their third season, their first after the NFL merger, and took them to two more postseasons before he retired after the 1975 season.
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5. Paul Brown was once quoted in the Washington Post as saying that, "The history of all successful teams shows authority concentrated in the coach.
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8. Paul Brown moved on to take the head coaching position with Ohio State University.
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9. Paul Brown was born on September 7, 1908, in Norwalk, Ohio, a small town north of Canton.
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10. Paul Brown was the first head coach of the Cleveland Browns football team.
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11. Paul Brown chose the name Bengals to memorialize the teams of the same name that had represented Cincinnati in the past.
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15. Paul Brown led the Cleveland team to the championship game in his first six seasons in the NFL capturing the 1954 and 1955 championships.
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19. Paul Brown coached Massillon until 1941 when he was offered the position of coach at Ohio State University.
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20. In 1930, Paul Brown was hired by a private school, Severn Prep School, based in Maryland, as their coach.
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23. Paul Brown kept holding out hope and finally got cleared to return to practice Monday.
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26. Paul Brown was elected in 1967 to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
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28. Paul Brown called his new franchise the Bengals because Cincinnati had a team of that name in the 1930s and he thought it would provide a link to the past.
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31. On February 8, 1945, Paul Brown accepted the job, saying he was sad to leave Ohio State, but he "couldn't turn down this deal in fairness to my family.
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32. Paul Brown had little time to institute his system, and instead adopted Hinkle's offensive scheme, borrowed from the Chicago Bears.
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33. Paul Brown was classified 1-A in 1944 and commissioned as a lieutenant in the US Navy.
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36. Paul Brown began his coaching career at Severn School in 1931 before becoming the head football coach at Massillon Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio, where he grew up.
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