Dec 18, 2004, 3:53 AM EDT
Apparently, I didn’t give Ray Brown quite enough credit yesterday when I said that he was the oldest player ever to play as a regular on the offensive line. According to Nunyo Demasio in the Post
“After turning 42 last Sunday, Brown became the first offensive lineman in the modern era to play the position at that age.”
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