Classic Sports Card of The Day

01 Oct

1970 Topps football card of former running back Bo Scott, who played 6 seasons in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns. Originally drafted by the Browns in 1965, he chose to sign with the Canadian Football League’s Ottawa Rough Riders instead, where he became a two-time CFL All Star and helped the Rough Riders win the Grey Cup in 1968. After retiring as a player Scott worked for a juvenile court and was assistant director of a juvenile detention center for 28 years before retiring.

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