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The Man Who Knew Too Little

The Man Who Knew Too Little

Pruitt infuriated NFL defenses with the flimsy, tear-away jerseys he wore for much of his career, evading would-be tacklers as he raced his way, half-shirtless, to another first-down. “Sometimes I’d need ten or twelve jerseys a game,” said Pruitt, an elusive running-back and kick-returner who played nine seasons with the Cleveland Browns and three with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, with whom he won a Super Bowl, before retiring in 1984.

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Hoping to Help a New Generation

Hoping to Help a New Generation

Richard “Dick” Schafrath is not your average guy. He once ran 66 miles just to prove to naysayers that he could. He wrestled with a bear – and survived. He canoed 78 miles across Lake Erie despite a fear of water. Schafrath’s simple explanation: “I like doing things that no one else has done or tried.” Schafrath, now 76, has a storied history beyond these outlandish accomplishments.

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