Jim Brown, one of the greatest legends of the NFL, has died. Brown blazed an athletic path few have equaled. He left the game as its most-famous and best player to pursue a life in acting and activism as the civil rights movement rolled through the 1960s. Amna Nawaz discussed his life and legacy with Kevin Blackistone.
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