In 1985, the Browns took a flyer in the seventh-round on a gifted young receiver who had good size and speed with great hands and but came from a small school.

Head coach Marty Schottenheimer was in his first real season at the helm of Cleveland after he had gone 4-4-0 in the interim head spot after Sam Rutigliano was fired after a 1-7-0 start the year before.

For his playing career while with Cleveland from 1985-1991, he had 261 receptions for 3,597 yards, a 13.3 average per catch with 15 touchdowns and zero fumbles. He then went to the Indianapolis Colts for two years and was very productive.

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For about 20 years, when someone would ask Reggie Langhorne why he retired from the NFL, Langhorne would lie.

Langhorne’s retirement is truly unique in NFL history. According to Pro Football Reference, he’s one of only nine players to have 1,000 yards rushing or receiving in his final season.

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