Otto Everett Graham, Jr. (1921-2003) (QB) played in the league title game, either the AAFC or NFL, in each of his ten seasons as a professional football player, capturing seven titles during that span, 4 - AAFC and 3 – NFL. In 1946, he won a league title as a member of the Cleveland Browns in the All-American Football Conference and as a member of the Rochester Royals of the National Basketball League. The Browns won the AAFC title in all four seasons that the league existed. Though he aspired to play basketball and was drafted by the Rochester Royals in the Otto was signed to play quarterback for the Cleveland Browns on a deal that was too good to pass up. During his first four seasons as a professional, Graham led his Browns team to a 52-4-3 record, throwing for 10,085 passing yards and 86 touchdowns while also rushing for 11 more. He was named the AAFC’s Most Valuable Player in 1947 and shared the honor the following season with fellow quarterback Frankie Albert. The converted tailback rushed for a combined 44 touchdowns in his career in both leagues. When Cleveland joined the more competitive NFL in 1950, Graham silenced the skeptics by again leading his team to the NFL Championship in his first season. He led the Browns to the NFL Championship game in each of his years at quarterback and won two more following his NFL rookie year title. Graham was named to five Pro Bowl appearances and was a 9-time All-Pro selection. He was named the UPI NFL MVP three-time (1951, 1953, 1955) and won the 1950 Pro Bowl MVP Award. Otto Graham finished his career with 23,584 passing yards on 1,464 completions in 2,626 attempts. He had 174 touchdowns against 135 interceptions. Otto Graham was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1965. After his playing days ended, he coached the College All-Stars to victories over the reigning NFL Champion New York Giants and Green Bay Packers in 1958 and 1963, respectively. He coached two seasons with the Washington Redskins compiling a record of 17-22 in 42 games.