Considered to be one of the greatest football players of all time, Brown was a Pro Bowl invitee every season he was in the league, was recognized as the AP NFL Most Valuable Player three times, and won an NFL championship with the Browns in 1964. After playing in the National Football League for only nine years, he was still able to set records that other players would take multiple decades to achieve. Jim attended Manhasset Secondary school. Brown's 1,863 rushing yards in the 1963 season remains a Cleveland franchise record. Tomlinson and Marshall Faulk both have five games with four touchdowns.  Brown was ordered to pay $2,500 per month in alimony and $100 per week for child support. Brown was also ordered to pay a $300 fine for striking a deputy sheriff involved in the investigation during the incident. Jim Brown was born on February 17, 1936 in St. Simons, Georgia.  The charges were later dismissed. Brown went on to play a villain in a 1967 episode of I Spy called "Cops and Robbers". Brown's record of scoring 100 touchdowns in only 93 games stood until LaDainian Tomlinson did it in 89 games during the 2006 season. He wanted to prove to himself that he could be more than just a football player. Brown has a son, Aris, and a daughter, Morgan, with his current wife, Monique Jones, whom he wed in 1997. He also excelled in basketball, track and field, and lacrosse.  It is a life-management skills organization that operates in inner cities and prisons. (1996) and Sucker Free City (2004) and played a defensive coach, Montezuma Monroe, in Any Given Sunday (1999). Shortly before the end of his football career, Brown became an actor, and had several leading roles throughout the 1970s. His second film for the studio was Dark of the Sun (1968), an action movie set in the Congo where he played a mercenary who was Rod Taylor's best friend. I’m Gonna Git You Sucka was a popular comedy in the 80s that gave viewers a startical comedic look on black exploitation films. For example, Hall of Famer Walter Payton averaged only 88 yards per game during his career with a 4.4 yards-per-carry average. At the age of eight, he moved to Manhasset, New York, on Long Island, where his mother worked as a domestic. - most seasons leading the league in rushing attempts (6) Brown also served as a color analyst on NFL telecasts for CBS in 1978, teaming with Vin Scully and George Allen. Brown went to 20th Century Fox for 100 Rifles (1969), his first Western. Brown had a change of pace with Kenner (1969) at MGM, an adventure film partly set in India where Brown plays a man who befriends a young boy. The argument of who the greatest is can lead to a long debate because it’s hard to compare players from different eras. Even though the discussion will never have an absolute winner, Jim Brown will always be involved in the debate because he dominated with a lot of force in his playing career.  In this MVP season, Brown led all players with a staggering 17 touchdowns scored, besting his nearest rival, Baltimore Colts wide receiver Raymond Berry, by 8..