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    Floyd Little, former Denver Broncos’ great running back and NFL Hall of Fame member, gone at age 78

    He played for Red Miller and the Denver Broncos, and I think he also played a year or two, for John Ralston, back when he was coaching the Broncos…Back before John Elway arrived in Denver, he was known as “The Franchise” in Denver…He had guys like Craig Morton as his quarterback…He wore #44, and during a stretch of time in the early 1970’s, there was not a better running back in the game of football, and that includes O.J. Simpson….He could run like the wind, and when he hit the sidelines, he was gone, and the end zone was his…

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    Legendary NFL Running Back has entered Hospice Care:With the Denver Broncos, he was known as “The Franchise”

    from www.newsbreak.com: A legendary college football and NFL running back has tragically entered hospice care, according to a report from Saturday night. Floyd Little, one of the greatest running backs in football history, has been battling cancer. Unfortunately, the former Syracuse Orange star has entered hospice care. The 78-year-old Pro Football Hall of Famer has entered hospice care. His old teammate, Patrick Killorin, announced the news on Facebook on Saturday night. “Today we are going to talk about a new stage in Floyd’s journey. … Hospice,” Killorin wrote in the update. “Floyd’s courageous battle with a difficult disease (cancer) is…