Roger Brown, Pro Bowl member of Detroit Lions' Fearsome Foursome, dies at 84 years old

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Roger Brown, a former Pro Bowl defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions, died Friday at 84 years old, the Lions announced.

Brown was honored by the franchise as a member of their 2018 Pride of the Lions class along with former teammate Alex Karras and Herman Moore.

Brown, a six-time Pro Bowler, played seven seasons with the Lions in 1960-66, and was part of the team’s original Fearsome Foursome along with Karras, Darris McCord and Sam Williams.

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Roger Brown, Detroit Lions defensive lineman
Roger Brown, Detroit Lions defensive lineman

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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions' Pro Bowl DL Roger Brown dies at 84 years old