Michael Joseph “Mike” McCormack (June 21, 1930 - November 15, 2013) was a pro football offensive tackle for 10 seasons. He followed his playing career up as the head coach for three different teams. The short-lived New York Yanks selected McCormack in the 3rd round of the 1951 NFL Draft. After one season (1951), McCormack spent two years in the U.S. Army, and upon his return to civilian life found himself traded to the Cleveland Browns (1954-1962). His style of play helped the Browns take back-to-back NFL Championships (1954, 1955), and earned him six Pro Bowl selections. Following his retirement, McCormack served as assistant coach or head coach for the Washington Redskins (1965-1972), Philadelphia Eagles (1973-1975), Cincinnati Bengals (1976-1979), Baltimore Colts (1980-1981), and Seattle Seahawks (1982). He was president and general manager of the Carolina Panthers from 1993 to 1997. McCormack was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1984.