Leroy Kelly (May 20, 1942-) spent 10 seasons as a running back for the Cleveland Browns (1964-1973). The Browns took Kelly in the 8th round of the 1964 NFL Draft. Considered an exceptional player, he rushed for 7,274 yards and 74 touchdowns on 1,727 carries during his career. He also caught 190 passes for 2,281 yards and 13 touchdowns. On special teams, Kelly returned 94 punts for 990 yards and 3 touchdowns, and 76 kickoffs for 1,784 yards. Overall, he gained 12,330 all-purpose yards and scored 90 touchdowns. He was named All-NFL five times and to six consecutive Pro Bowls (1966-1971). Kelly led the NFL in rushing in 1967 (1,205 yards) and 1968 (1,239 yards). He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1994.