Milt Morin, Pro Bowl Browns tight end, dies at 67
Former Cleveland Browns tight end Milt Morin has died of a heart attack at the age of 67.
Morin was the Browns’ first-round draft pick in 1966 after a stellar career at the University of Massachusetts. He will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame this week.
“He was a complete player, a prototype tight end,” said Browns teammate Paul Wiggin. “Back then, they had 240-pound tight ends who couldn’t catch the ball, and 200-pounders who couldn’t block. Milt did both.”
Morin spent his entire 10-year career in Cleveland and played in two Pro Bowls.