Jim Brown, all-time NFL great running back and social activist, dies aged 87

His widow, Monique Brown, announced his passing on Instagram, describing him as an activist, actor, and football star.

Jim Brown played his entire NFL career with the Cleveland Browns and was known for his outstanding achievements and records.

He retired from football at the age of 30 to focus on the civil rights movement and pursue a career in Hollywood.

Brown was involved in various civil rights activities, including organizing "The Cleveland Summit" in support of Muhammad Ali.

He founded the Amer-I-Can program in 1988 to combat gang violence and empower individuals to reach their full potential.

Brown's commitment to making a positive impact off the field should also be recognized.

He faced legal issues, including jail time for refusing probation and incidents involving assault and allegations of rape.

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