Hall of Popularity defensive lineman who gained a popularity among the fiercest defensive players within the NFL through the later 40’s and early 50’s. He performed his entire profession using the Cleveland Browns, producing Pro Bowls in each of his eight NFL periods and earning the NFL Tournament in 1950. He went to Columbus East SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL and, afterwards, Ohio State School, where his #99 shirt was ultimately retired. He previously a interest for dealing with kids and served because the chairman from the Ohio Youngsters Commission pursuing his retirement in the NFL. He grew up by his mom and grandfather following loss of life of his dad. He was wedded to Odessa Porter, with whom he previously sons called Clement, Dan and William, Jr. He gained the 1950 NFL Tournament by using legendary Dark brown quarterback Otto Graham.