Ross Browner Death, Two Time All-American at Notre Dame Ross Browner Has Died

January 6, 2022 By Teejay Ericson 0

Ross Browner Death, Cause Of Death – Ross Browner two-time All-American at Notre Dame and longtime defensive lineman for the Cincinnati Bengals passed away on Tuesday January 4, 2022 at age 67. Born March 22, 1954, Warren, OH, Ross Dean Browner was an American football defensive end who played ten seasons in the NFL, mainly for the Cincinnati Bengals. Browner was named to the Bengals’ 40th Anniversary Team in 2007.

A native of Warren, Ohio, Browner was part of an accomplished football family. The defensive end was the oldest of six brothers who were high school football stars in Ohio. Three others – Jimmie Browner, Keith Browner and Joey Browner – followed Ross to the NFL.

Starks played offensive line in the NFL for a decade, twice winning the Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Ross Browner’s younger son, Rylan, played college football at Arizona.

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